A shoe-in for medication in veterinary practice

A shoe-in for medication in veterinary practice

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May 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

We use an over-the-door shoe holder to store medications that are waiting to be picked up by clients. We labeled each pocket with A through Z (XYZ for one pocket), and we hung it on the door next to our pharmacy. When the client comes in to pick up their medication, we find the corresponding pocket to locate the product. It works great!

—Terina Dobson, office manager
Poland Animal Hospital
Poland, Maine

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