Enjoy the silence in your veterinary clinic

Enjoy the silence in your veterinary clinic

Need to muffle the noise? Reach for an everyday item.
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Mar 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Recently our cages were full and every dog seemed to think they had to bark. Some were pretty high pitched, which made it even worse. So, I brought my ear muffs for shooting to the clinic. They worked great! I could still hear the phone, yet my ears didn't hurt when I was done.

Debbie Rigier
Countryaid Vet Service PA
Whitewater, Kan.

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