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Get a chisel tool to help out in the veterinary clinic
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Mar 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff


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Using an inexpensive engraving tool we chisel the client's home or cell number on the back of the pet's rabies tag. This complimentary service is not only a nice gesture to pet owners, but also cuts down on the number of phone calls our practice receives when a lost pet turns up wearing one of our tags. Having the pet owner's number right on the back makes for a faster reunion.

—Suzy Quick
Treatment team member
Airport Veterinary Clinic
Terre Haute, Ind.

Proceedings papers for techs

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