Behavior programs pay off for veterinary clinics

Behavior programs pay off for veterinary clinics

Everyone wins with well-behaved pets.
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Feb 16, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

Pets with good behavior have a better chance of remaining close with families. Marcia Ritchie, LVT, CPDT, VTC (Behavior), says this results in better health for the pet and extended relationships with clients.

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