Client handout: 4 tips for bringing your cat to the veterinarian

Client handout: 4 tips for bringing your cat to the veterinarian

Give your clients this handout to help them minimize the stress involved with a trip to your office.
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Oct 26, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

Many cat owners wince at the thought of bringing their cat to the veterinarian: the struggles with chasing the cat around the house, stuffing it into the carrier, then trying to block out the howling and screeching during the car ride. Some clients might even believe that a trip to the veterinarian just isn’t worth it.

But regular checkups are crucial for cats, so it’s important to help clients find ways to minimize the hassle. Click here to download a client handout, “4 tips for bringing your cat to the veterinarian,” that features advice from Dr. Sally J. Foote, owner of Okaw Veterinary Clinic in Tuscola, Ill.

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