Educating clients about parasites

Educating clients about parasites

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May 07, 2008
By dvm360.com staff

Here are handy resources from Veterinary Economics to educate clients about the dangers of parasites and improve compliance:

> Try using original artwork or posters
"So that's what a flea looks like!"

> Buff up your parasite control reminder system
Parasite control: It's in the mail

> Give clients informational handouts
3 tips for talking about parasites

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