Client handout: Pet wellness report card

Client handout: Pet wellness report card

Your clients might request additional services after viewing a handout like this.
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Sep 01, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Wouldn't it be nice if clients requested additional services and products without being asked? That's what's happening at Pend Oreille Veterinary Service in Ponderay, Idaho. The team there has developed a patient wellness report to promote the practice's wellness program. After learning about their pet's health, along with the services the practice offers, clients are often eager to invest in their pets' health. Click here to view the form and gain inspiration for your own handout.

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