FIRSTLINE-03-01-2016

FIRSTLINE-03-01-2016

Professional Growth
Use these tips to tame tempers and vanquish veterinary team tantrums.
Communication Strategies
Help clients understand feral and outdoor cats can be a danger to their pet cats.
Pearls of Practice
By dvm360.com staff
Spend five minutes at your next team meeting to take the pain out of pain discussions with pet owners.
But are they successful? Or wait, do you even have one? Does it all seem like too much work? Time to have that awkward discussion at your practice.
By dvm360.com staff
A tip to show off your veterinary patients—and get even more to frequent your practice.
By dvm360.com staff
Bilirubin crystals, granular casts, Capillaria eggs ... do you know your stuff? Take a look at these snapshots and test your knowledge.
Chew on this: Dogs product test the toys and chews their pet owners are serving up to satisfy their chew and play needs. Do you offer toy recommendations at your veterinary practice?
By dvm360.com staff
A tip to ensure pets who used to think maybe you loved them, now know that it's true.
By dvm360.com staff
Hook your veterinary clients with this quick and easy solution to reel in email addresses at your front desk.
"Blah, blah, blah … $$$$$$$$$." Is this what clients hear when you present your treatment plan? Use these pro tips to cut through the sticker shock and focus on the high-quality care you offer.
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.
The trick's in the trick—really! Pets love to show off—and this fun activity just may relax the pet parents at your practice, too!
Skill Builder
One's an innovation, one's a cool song. Both can appeal to baby boomers. Here's how to set the computer-unsavvy free in your veterinary clinic with paperless practice.
Ask the Experts
Turn down the bad vibes and get on with your life.
By the Numbers
We're all ears to hear this five-step lower stress approach to cleaning a pet's ears in veterinary practice.