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Audio and video for technicians

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FIRSTLINE: Aug 23, 2016
"Sit," "roll over," and the like are good ways for your dog to show off—but these moves also help you communicate with and calm your pet.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 18, 2016
Enlist your handwriting overachievers to help keep the day on track.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 18, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Karen Felsted offers suggestions to help clients pay for costly conditions like diabetes management.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 17, 2016
An expert's No. 1 hack for paw-licking pooches.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 17, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Jonathan Bloom says the practice manager is one of the most important roles in making a lower-stress veterinary visit plan work.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 17, 2016
There are lots of ways to approach this conversation. Steve Noonan, DVM, who's lived through his own depression, has these suggestions.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 15, 2016
DVMs (and one CVPM, for good measure) share the characteristics they love most in their veterinary technicians
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 12, 2016
You don't have to escape to a mountain retreat to find moments of peace in veterinary practice.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 09, 2016
Resist the urge to squeeze the squirming patient
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 08, 2016
Dog owners can learn how to teach their pets to ignore distractions and focus attention with the helpful tips in this clip.
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dvm360.com: Aug 08, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
We asked our expert CVC speakers and attendees to tell us their brilliant-as-all-get-out, can’t-live-without-it, super sweet life hack that makes veterinary practice just that much easier.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 04, 2016
Debra Canapp, DVM, CCRT, CVA, DACVSMR, shares some top tips to help get veterinary clients involved in their pets' rehab.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 14, 2016
A reminder that what works in life also works in the veterinary clinic.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 14, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Successful behavior modification requires more than one “ingredient.” In this audio clip from CVC, behavior expert Melissa Spooner discusses how Composure, a nutritional supplement and behavior modification soup ingredient, can be used in your veterinary practice.
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FIRSTLINE: Jul 11, 2016
Your body language (stiffening, taking shallow breaths) influences your dog. Use this advice to relax (so Baxter can chill too).