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Client education for managers

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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 12, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Socialization is an important part of a young dog's early life. Make sure your veterinary hospital clients choose safe spaces for socialization that won't prematurely expose puppies to other pets or diseases.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 10, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Spend five minutes at your next team meeting to practice the "weight" conversation—and encourage clients to take the next steps to make healthier feeding choices for their pets.
Feb 08, 2016
Wouldn’t it be awesome to help clients keep their promise to keep Bella’s pearly whites sparkling? Elsa, an 11-month-old Dalmatian, demonstrates how you can teach pet owners to start a tooth-brushing routine.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Feb 05, 2016
Selling doesn't have to be feel bad
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 27, 2016
Are your cat scratch conversations up to scratch? When clients complain about their rat-a-tat-tatty furniture turn the talks toward a paws-itive perspective that offers solutions to soothe kitty's natural inclinations.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 26, 2016
We've ferreted out three top tips to help you educate veterinary clients about their new furry friends. Click, print and share!
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Jan 26, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Take a proactive position for the benefit of pets and practice
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 22, 2016
Use this interactive flow chart to help your veterinary clients keep Dr. Google in check.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 12, 2016
Save a life! Share these videos with your clients with dogs at risk for GDV.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 11, 2016
Like a sore tooth, some conversations with clients are downright painful—especially when you discover who they've been trusting with their pets' oral health.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 07, 2016
Don’t be the lone star in your practice who can talk about ticks. Be a deer, er dear, and practice this sample tick talk with your veterinary team to bridge the gulf in otherwise rocky tick conversations with clients.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 22, 2015
Those furry, floppy, fun-loving ferrets can heap tons of trouble on their nearly shoulderless bodies without meaning to. Help new ferret owners protect their furry little friends with these quick tips from Tracey Ritzman, DVM, DABVP.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Dec 21, 2015
We know you like to save pet owners money. Dr. Dave Bruyette explains how, in the long run, at-home blood glucose monitoring does just that.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 15, 2015
You don’t need the Force to move veterinary clients. Consider this sage advice from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.