Tips and strategies that help veterinary technicians deliver great client service - dvm360
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Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Are E-collars a cure for motion sickness?

November 1, 2013

Keep pet motion sickness in check with the help of an Elizabethan collar.

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Feline care: The next step

November 1, 2013

Follow these "next steps" to make sure your veterinary team is prepared to discuss feline care and wellness with clients.

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Stress the importance of senior pet care to veterinary clients

November 1, 2013

Use these client handouts to help clients understand the importance of wellness exams and preventive diagnostics in senior dogs and cats.

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Pain prevention: The next step

October 1, 2013

Follow these "next steps" to make sure your veterinary team is prepared to discuss pain prevention with clients.

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Tips to help cat owners avoid declaws

September 25, 2013

Encourage clients to try behavior modification to deal with a scratching kitten.

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3 tips to better dental care at your veterinary clinic

September 1, 2013

Want more tips from Patricia March, RVT, VTS (Dentistry)? See March speak at CVC San Diego.

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How to work in your veterinary clinic after losing a beloved pet

September 1, 2013

Q: Six months ago I lost my beloved pet. Over the past several weeks I've been struggling to deal with the sad parts of my job. I can work a double shift and deal with angry clients, but I still can't room a euthanasia appointment. It seems like I'm always on the verge of tears.

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The heartworm toolkit

September 1, 2013

This toolkit delivers team training, free client handouts, exam room education strategies and more, all designed to make it as easy as possible for veterinarians and their teams to discuss heartworm disease with clients and promote year-round prevention in dogs and cats. (With an educational grant provided by Zoetis)

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Heartworm disease: The next step

September 1, 2013

Follow these "next steps" to make sure your veterinary team is prepared to discuss heartworm disease with clients and promote year-round prevention in dogs and cats.

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