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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: FIRSTLINE

How to tell whether cats are eliminating or marking

December 1, 2013

Help pet owners identify the reasons behind their cat's house soiling behavior.

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: FIRSTLINE

Help clients save pets from the cold

November 27, 2013

Frostbite, ice melts and dehydration are risks for pets outdoors or traveling. Remind your clients today to prepare for these chilly months.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

10 easy steps for housetraining a dog

November 26, 2013

This handout gives pet owners tips to successfully train their dog to eliminate in an acceptable location.

Source: Pet Poison Helpline

Winter woes: Why melting ice is dangerous for dogs

November 25, 2013

Find out the right chemical ice melt to recommend to veterinary practice clients.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Help clients get cats into your veterinary clinic with these tips

November 4, 2013

It's all about cat carrier training—and there's never a better time to start than now.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

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.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

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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