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Client Education

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FIRSTLINE: Nov 16, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Scratch that itch for a clear explanation of the flea cycle for your veterinary practice's clients with this printable PDF.
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VETTED: Nov 15, 2018
If questions about coconut oil are popping up in your exam room, just a spoonful of advice from veterinary nutritionist Dr. Angela Rollins should help give you some direction.
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VETTED: Nov 05, 2018
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.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 02, 2018
The veterinary team at this Florida hospital has been trying wearable sensors for patients to get round-the-clock, at-home data for dermatology, nutrition and post-surgery issues.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 30, 2018
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.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 18, 2018
Print this PDF to educate your veterinary clients on the dangers of outdoor living for domestic housecats.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 17, 2018
A pet owner reached out to us for an expert answer on insulin for a canine with diabetes. We said, "Go talk to your vet." But here’s the lowdown for your veterinary team on what a boarded internist has to say on the issue.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Oct 16, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Not surprisingly, a Dr. Marc Rosenberg column about two veterinarians who disagree over the best way to prevent fleas and ticks in veterinary patients has inspired more debate.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 16, 2018
Life happens, and it’s rife with accidents (which cost money). How can we help clients cover the costs of veterinary care so they can take care of their pets while we still cover our bottom line?
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 03, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Animal trainer and behavior consultant Mikkel Becker shares some of her favorite products for making dog walking better for both the pooch and the veterinary client.
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dvm360.com: Oct 01, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Stop shaking your head and plugging your ears ... use these tools to take the aggravation out of your otitis cases—and get used to seeing healthy ears, happy pets and grateful clients. (With an educational grant provided by Bayer)
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 01, 2018
A walk in the park should be just that for both the dog and the owner. Read up on these leash, harness and halter options so you’ll be ready to help your veterinary clients find the finest fits for their canine companions.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 18, 2018
Educate your veterinary clients on the basics of otitis externa, media and interna and how you’ll get to a diagnosis.
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FIRSTLINE: Sep 14, 2018
Five hard truths that veterinary technicians should tell veterinarians about otitis visits. (And if they're not, maybe they should be.)
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FIRSTLINE: Sep 07, 2018
Time to switch your scrub cap out for your teaching cap. Here’s an in-depth look at how to talk your veterinary clients through at-home administration of subcutaneous fluids.