You’ve got the medical essentials for a new kitten on lock. But what about recommendations for a home life that will make for a happier, healthier cat in the long run? Dr. Kathryn Primm recommends starting them early on three products.
Experiencing fear and stress while you’re trying to figure out how to relieve your veterinary patient’s fear and stress is … redundant. Don’t sweat. We have three places to start on your path to calming pets.
If your veterinary hospital is like most, it’s not full of mercenary pirates looking to swindle pet owners. You care about pets, and it costs money to run your hospital. My pitch? Take the veterinarians out of these money chats and empower the nonmedical team to step up.
OK, not a house, but a two-walled exam room courtesy of Animal Arts that stands up beautifully in a veterinary conference exhibit hall. See the photos and read on for some advice from Dr. Jonathan Bloom, who demonstrated Fear Free techniques at the most recent Fetch dvm360 conference.
Offering prepaid veterinary services via wellness plans and loyalty programs can be like converting cash into casino chips—with money out of sight, clients are able to better focus on their pet’s care. But which one is more likely to yield higher winnings for your practice?