Tips and strategies to help veterinary technicians deliver high-quality patient care - dvm360
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Source: FIRSTLINE

Veterinary team members rescue senior cats

May 1, 2014

When an elderly pet owner's health declined, a group of veterinary colleagues rallied to offer support and find a new home for his senior cats.

Source: FIRSTLINE

7 steps to make your veterinary practice comfortable for older pets

March 1, 2014

Use these tips to ease the pain and strain of a veterinary visit for senior pets.

Source: Pet Poison Helpline

Prevent accidental medication exposures in pets

February 13, 2014

Learn about some of the most common accidental medication exposures. Then teach pet owners to avoid these dangers.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Audio: Rehab your patients the right way

December 2, 2013

An overview of important points to keep in mind when rehabilitating orthopedic patients.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Defuse allergy conversations with disgruntled pet owners

December 1, 2013

Allergic pets can be ticking time bombs. And seeing their precious pets suffer can light the fuse on clients' tempers. Here's how to halt the explosion.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

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.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

DIY veterinary rehabilitation for patients with patella and cruciate injuries

December 1, 2013

Dr. Wardlaw discusses some therapeutic alternatives to get orthopedic patients comfortably back on their feet.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Customized veterinary care for all life stages

November 26, 2013

Create a list of services for pet life stage kits based on your practice care recommendations, and help clients see where their pet fits in.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Important anesthesia monitoring tip for veterinary technicians

November 2, 2013

Technicians should be present in the moment and utilize all of their senses when monitoring a patient under anesthesia.

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