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Client handout: 5 facts about flea allergy dermatitis

May 1, 2011

When clients complain that their pets are itchy despite the use of parasite preventives, help them understand the true cause of the symptoms.

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Q&A: How can I encourage young, aspiring veterinarians?

April 1, 2011

Q: My daughter is 11 years old and she's determined to become a veterinarian. What can I do now to prepare my child for a career in the veterinary profession?

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Use caution when handling dangerous disinfectants

April 1, 2011

They help keep your practice germ-free, but these products can do more harm than good if used improperly.

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Should I sell my veterinary practice now?

April 1, 2011

You can shake your Magic 8 Ball as hard as you want, but even that can't tell you for sure whether you should sell now or hold out. But here are a few indicators that the veterinary practice sale market is poised for growth.

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Be honest about medical errors, study says

March 4, 2011

Clients are more likely to forgive your mistake if you're upfront with them about it.

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Q&A: Small cuts can lead to big savings for your veterinary practice

March 1, 2011

Q: Our practice is doing OK financially, but I'd like to eliminate needless spending. What are some of the most common financial oversights in veterinary practices?

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Use a flea comb to catch clients' attention about parasites

March 1, 2011

Having trouble getting through to your clients about parasite protection? Give them an up-close look at fleas in the exam room.

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The secret lives of fleas

February 25, 2011

You know fleas can jump, but do you know why they can fly so high?

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Talk with your hands to help clients understand

February 18, 2011

Providing visual cues can help you become a better communicator.

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