Occasional hairballs and vomit are a part of every cat owner’s life at one time or another. But maybe your hospital can help cats with proper diet, lifestyle changes and diagnosis and treatment. And you can tell clients about it right now with these social media posts.
Your veterinary clients know you can’t feed a human baby what you feed an adult. And yet, they may think nothing of filling their puppy’s bowl with kibble meant for mature dogs and vice versa. Be ready to counsel them on how a pup’s nutritional needs change as it grows.
When it seems like a pet has a dermatology issue, what happens next? Is it right off to the veterinary hospital, or do pet owners skip the DVM and head for Dr. Google? Data from the Pet Owner Paths study illuminates the differences between you and your clients on what happens next.
Veterinary clients want the best for their pets, but sometimes their financial situation gets in the way. Here's the path I travel with pet owners when they complain about price, seem hesitant to comply with recommendations or say, straight up, that they're under a financial strain.