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Custom create calendars for your veterinary clients
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Nov 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff


Photo courtesy of Valerie Tyree
Each year our clinic purchases calendars with our practice name, address, and phone number to give to our clients. However, to ensure that they're not thrown away or go unused, we add a little extra for clients who are administering medication by marking the day the medication is due, how much medication is needed, and so on. This is nice for patients on decreasing dosages of medication or other complicating dosages. We also mark when to administer heartworm prevention or flea and tick control monthly. This helps our clients with medication, and it also keeps our information readily available for them if they need to contact our office, need to pick up more medication, or decide to refer their friends and family.

—Valerie Tyree, LVT
Gretna Animal Clinic
Gretna, Va.

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