One team's approach to educating clients about pet insurance (Sponsored by VPI)

One team's approach to educating clients about pet insurance (Sponsored by VPI)

In these brief videos, the veterinarian, practice manager, and receptionist of Valley Cottage Animal Hospital of Valley Cottage, N.Y., describe their roles in educating pet owners about pet insurance. They also discuss why they believe in pet insurance and when and how they talk with clients and answer their most common questions.
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Mar 04, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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