Host a costume contest and bring in the veterinary clients

Host a costume contest and bring in the veterinary clients

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Oct 01, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

To get clients into our hospital, we host a pet costume contest at Halloween. To enter the contest, clients must bring pets into the clinic to have their picture taken. While in the hospital, receptionists can check whether the pet is up to date on vaccinations and flea and heartworm preventive. Then we offer a prize for the best costume at the end of a given time period.

—Danielle May, DVM
Jordan Veterinary Clinic Vidor, Texas

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