Socialization is an important part of a young dog's early life. Make sure your veterinary hospital clients choose safe spaces for socialization that won't prematurely expose puppies to other pets or diseases.
You'll see customers when you're out and about. Don't feel like you need to run and hide. Instead, use these tips to streamline these conversations and encourage pet owners to happily schedule appointments during regular business hours.
Wouldn’t it be awesome to help clients keep their promise to keep Bella’s pearly whites sparkling? Elsa, an 11-month-old Dalmatian, demonstrates how you can teach pet owners to start a tooth-brushing routine.
Your pet-owning clients today are different, yes, but in many ways they might be the same as they've ever been. Delve into two important ways (with dental and oncology examples) that veterinary clients fear the wrong action far more than no action—and what you can do about it.
Good news: Today's pet owners are more aware of their pets' care options. Bad news: The same recommendation doesn't work the same way for every client. Lets work through a pain example in the veterinary clinic.
Are your cat scratch conversations up to scratch? When clients complain about their rat-a-tat-tatty furniture turn the talks toward a paws-itive perspective that offers solutions to soothe kitty's natural inclinations.