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Parasite prevention for the indoor-only cat

April 1, 2014

When I offer our practice's recommendations for parasite prevention, owners often ignore our advice, saying, "My cat doesn't go outside." What can I say to educate these pet owners and protect the health of these cats?

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Make time to talk to pet owners about parasites

March 1, 2014

Stop the clock for vital flea and tick discussions with clients. Consider these six client personalities and take time to offer the best responses to pet owners' parasite concerns.

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Practice life: Put parasites in their place

July 1, 2013

Educate pet owners about how to use topical parasite prevention and other steps they need to take in their household.

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10-minute drill: parasite prevention

May 1, 2013

These three game-winning plays will take your veterinary team members through their paces with activities to refresh your parasite prevention skills and educate clients.

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How to lick Lyme disease

April 1, 2013

Consider these seven common myths clients believe about Lyme disease. Then learn how to respond to pet owners and protect their pets' health.

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Parasites: What's your role in the veterinary clinic?

February 1, 2013

When you're fighting pets' persistent parasite problems, don't give up! Here's a look at how each team member can help:

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Put parasites in their place

November 1, 2012

How do we change the conversation with veterinary clients from the cost of parasite prevention to the value of protection?

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4 recommendations your veterinary clients ignore

March 1, 2012

When veterinary clients bury their heads in the sand, they miss important recommendations. Here's how to get their attention.

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Tips for talking to clients about ticks

April 1, 2011

The weather is warming up, and you know what that means: Ticks—and along with them, Lyme disease—will be out in full force. use a practice-wide team effort to make sure your clients are prepared for the surge.

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