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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?

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Veterinarian's detective work pays dividends

February 1, 2014

This doctor put her sleuthing skills to good use when she was hit with a suspicious fee situation.

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Take control of your veterinary practice's online reputation

January 1, 2014

Got a negative review? You can still survive and thrive in the veterinary world by following these simple steps.

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See your veterinary clinic from a client's-eye view

January 1, 2014

When you rush from room to room, it can be easy to overlook the cleanliness of your practice.

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Are veterinarians' reputations slipping?

December 19, 2013

The profession's honest image has tarnished in recent years.

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Conquering compassion fatigue in the veterinary profession

December 1, 2013

Rationing empathy and other emotional energies can be a job in itself—but learning to listen to yourself is key.

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Don't miss follow-ups with veterinary clients

December 1, 2013

Show your practice's commitment to pet care with a professional post-appointment phone call.

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End fearful visits to your veterinary practice

December 1, 2013

Coat yourself in pheromones and stuff your pockets with treats to make pets feel more comfortable.

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A spoonful of service makes the veterinary clients come 'round

November 1, 2013

Use these tips to provide that sweet service and smooth out payment and compliance problems before they pop up.

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