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Clients can trim pounds from pets

February 1, 2008

Weight loss is tough for anyone—two-legged or four-legged. However, weight loss can not only add years to a pet's life, it can also make those years more enjoyable. Helping your clients trim a few pounds off of their cuddly companions may be easier than you think. They just need to understand the process, pay attention to detail, and call on your assistance and that of your healthcare team.

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Help clients think critically about Web sites

January 1, 2008

Some clients accept. Some nod a lot and disregard your advice. And some nod a lot, then go home to check for themselves. As frustrating as this last set can be, many pet owners who seek pet health information online are conscientious clients you want to hang onto.

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Reactivate your inactive clients

October 1, 2007

Renew those old relationships with a well-crafted letter to inactive clients.

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Inactive-client letter

October 1, 2007

A customizable communication tool for pet owners you haven't seen in a while.

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Vaccine information form

September 7, 2007

Get vaccine info from clients with this printable PDF.

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Communicating your vaccine protocol

September 1, 2007

Changing guidelines, research findings, and product choices can create a muddle of confusion. Sort through it and offer clients the best protection for their pets.

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The value of microchipping

July 1, 2007

Quick identification of a "stray" can lead to a happy reunion when pets go missing. The other possible outcomes are not quite so cheerful.

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All about microchipping

July 1, 2007

A client handout on the benefits of microchipping

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Keep track of behavioral changes in senior pets

June 1, 2007

As pets age, their brains can slow down, too. Intervene early to give dogs and cats the best chance of staying sharp—and you'll help keep clients happy.

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