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Client Communication
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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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Unwanted kitten distribution and other absurd veterinary client accusations

December 1, 2013

Dropping off kittens in the cover of darkness, dreaming up diabetes in a dog, changing the weather...yup, it's all in a day's work at a veterinary clinic.

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Posts and tweets about life stages

November 26, 2013

Use your social media network to raise awareness about veterinary care for dogs and cats at each stage of life.

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Debunking 20/20: The real truth about veterinary medicine

November 26, 2013

How to tackle your clients' questions in the wake of ABC's news report.

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Build bonds with veterinary clients through pet communication

November 1, 2013

Dr. Marty Becker says positive comments directed to pets can help put veterinary patients, clients, and even staff at ease.

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Something is fishy about us veterinarians

November 1, 2013

It's time to break through the glass wall that stands between veterinary practitioners and clients. Ditch the excuses and make client communication a top priority in your clinic.

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Introducing screw-down veterinary medicine

November 1, 2013

Better tell your veterinary clients to hold on for their life after you administer this kind of injection.

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Posts and tweets about feline care

November 1, 2013

Use your social media network to raise awareness about feline wellness and care.

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Make a case for senior veterinary care

November 1, 2013

Sometimes clients need a little nudge to get their senior pets in for wellness exams and preventive diagnostics. Use these informational handouts to stress the importance of senior care and stay ahead of disease in older pets.

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