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Facts about long-term care

April 1, 2007

A handout that explains to clients why pets taking medication need to be monitored.

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In it for the long haul

April 1, 2007

Long-term drug monitoring doesn't have to be a hassle for you or your clients. With creativity and flexibility, you can win the chance to monitor your patients.

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Top 10 flea myths

March 1, 2007

Use this handout to educate clients about flea control.

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Boost your flea control compliance

March 1, 2007

To increase parasite prevention and control compliance, make sure the doctors are in agreement about the standards of care and team members know what to say to clients.

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Worth a thousand words

February 1, 2007

Nudge clients toward dental compliance using photos that depict the stages of dental disease—along with oral and written recommendations.

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How does your pet's mouth look?

February 1, 2007

A handout that shows clients the four stages of dental disease.

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Analyze before you add

January 1, 2007

Will clients embrace your new service? Crunching the numbers and weighing the pros and cons can help you decide.

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Evaluating an equipment purchase

January 1, 2007

Will that new piece of equipment pull its weight in your practice?

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"I want to test your pet's blood"

December 19, 2006

Dr. Robert Stannard educates clients about the importance of blood testing. Compliance is great, he says, and the team often finds problems in what are apparently normal, healthy patients.

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