Cats: Hidden veterinary patients in waiting

Cats: Hidden veterinary patients in waiting

Grow your feline practice.
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Jan 05, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

We all know how much cats hate going to the veterinary clinic--they make that fact abundantly clear, thank you. As such, there are millions of pet cats who simply never get medical checkups. And have you considered how many of these felines are in the homes of those who are already your clients? Dr. Eliza Sundahl says that building a culture of inquiring about all pets in the household is beneficial to patients and practice alike.

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