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Doing right by veterinary dermatology patients

February 1, 2014

These cases can be difficult and often require considerable time and attention—both during an examination and in conversations with clients. Here are some tips to get a better diagnosis and outcome.

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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.

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How can new associates get to "yes" with veterinary clients?

January 20, 2014

Engage pet owners to foster compliance.

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Posts and tweets about older pets' failing senses

January 9, 2014

Use social media platforms to alert clients to health concerns and clinical signs to look for as pets age.

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An information prescription for veterinary clients

January 9, 2014

From home remedies for fighting fleas to diet tricks for finicky felines, the web is full of enough information—and often misinformation—to make a client's head spin. Guide them to reputable sites with this handout.

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Client handout: Internet information prescription for clients

January 9, 2014

Help your veterinary clients surf the web for reliable pet care sites.

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The benefits of breed-specific veterinary healthcare

January 1, 2014

Focusing on individual pet breeds each month educates your clients and helps you customize care.

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Plan your attack on pet obesity—veterinary patients' lives depend on it

January 1, 2014

Use these suggestions to be proactive about your practice's methods to combat the perils of pet obesity.

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Client handout: Chronic intestinal disease in cats

January 1, 2014

Help clients understand the importance of investigating frequent vomiting and hairballs in cats by downloading this free handout.

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