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Posts and tweets about fleas

June 11, 2012

Use your social media network to raise awareness about the importance of flea control with these tweets and posts. (Sponsored by Merck Animal Health)

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How to get your Facebook fans to stop ignoring your veterinary practice's posts

April 25, 2012

If the engagement among your veterinary practice's Facebook fans has dropped off, an algorithm may be to blame.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Keep listening but start watching your veterinary clients

April 23, 2012

Clients' body language can often reveal what they're really thinking. Here's how to read between the lines.

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5 ways to get veterinary clients on board with your vaccination recommendations

April 1, 2012

Polish your communication skills and increase client compliance in the exam room.

Source: FIRSTLINE

8 free valentines for veterinary clients

February 3, 2012

Make veterinary clients feel all warm and fuzzy with these heartfelt—and potentially profitable—love notes.

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Quick tips to boost veterinary client compliance

February 1, 2012

Keep your communication simple and clear, and make the process as easy as possible for the client.

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Are you sure your veterinary clients can hear you?

January 1, 2012

You can scream and shout, but until you work your communication muscles, you'll never get through to your pet-owning clients.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Can your veterinary clients hear you now?

December 1, 2011

In our high-tech world of e-mail, Facebook, and smartphones, it's getting harder every day to grab the attention of the people you work with—and people you serve. Consider these tips to make sure veterinary clients and co-workers hear your message every time.

Source: FIRSTLINE

4 holiday hazards to warn veterinary clients about

November 21, 2011

Advise pet owners to hide these household hazards and protect your patients this holiday season.

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