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Client Communication
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Posts and tweets about fleas

March 1, 2014

Use social media to get information out about these parasites: it may spur your veterinary clients into action.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

How my veterinary practice succeeds with client callbacks

March 1, 2014

When pets head home after hospital stays, an evening phone call can make all the difference for clients.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Calm client concerns about veterinary prescription costs

February 1, 2014

Q: My clients are always balking at the cost of pet medication. How can I address their complaints?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Posts and tweets about year-round flea and tick protection

February 1, 2014

Speak the truth about flea and tick preventives online: they aren't just for warm months.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Create a complete picture of health: How to cultivate client compliance

February 1, 2014

Are you puzzled why your clients aren't following through on your advice? Try these five tips, and your practice could be well on its way to good health for all.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Cultivating cross-cultural connection at your veterinary practice

February 1, 2014

Whether it's a veterinary team member or client, make an effort to communicate effectively with people from other cultures.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Client handout: Nutrition questionnaire

January 27, 2014

Start a conversation with clients about what they're feeding their pets with this free handout.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Client handout: 4 tips for weight loss in cats

January 27, 2014

Help clients get their cats back into a healthy weight range with tips from this free handout.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

The final word on 20/20: How veterinarians should respond to negative press

January 21, 2014

Two simple but savvy media lessons for veterinary practitioners thrust into difficult discussions about the profession—in the exam room or on TV.

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