Quick tip: Improve client compliance

Quick tip: Improve client compliance

Medication administration made easy.
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Jun 06, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

Sometimes clients struggle to administer medications. In these instances, Melissa Mauldin, CVPM, suggests offering a free service that allows pet owners to bring their pets to your practice so team members can give the medication. This is especially helpful with elderly clients who may struggle pilling a cat or administering eardrops for a dog.

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