Posts and tweets about Fear Free tactics

Posts and tweets about Fear Free tactics

Share your Fear Free techniques on social media to make clients less nervous to bring their pets into your veterinary practice.
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Oct 28, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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We use indirect lighting so your #pet feels more relaxed during their visit. Come in and see us today.

You’ll notice we talk soft and slooooooooowly in front of your pets so they feel more relaxed during veterinary visits. Bring them in today for a fear-free check-up.


We examine your #cat on a lap, not a cold table, so your favorite feline feels at ease a during the visit.

We dispense pheromones throughout the veterinary hospital to make your #pets more comfortable during their visit. Bring them in to see us today.


We hand out treats like candy during visits so #pets feel comfortable. Bring yours in for a check-up today.

We use indirect lighting so your pet feels more relaxed during their visit. Come in and see us today.


Are your #pets anxious about coming into the clinic? We have Thundershirts so your favorite animals feel more comfortable.

We don’t think fear and pain should go hand in hand with your trip to the veterinarian. Ask us about the changes we’ve made to make your pet more comfortable during visits.


We play soothing music in our practice to keep patients calmer during their visit. Bring your #pet in today.

We spray down staff member smocks and scrubs with pheromones an hour before each appointment. Your dogs will think we’re wearing Milk-Bone underwear—that’s a good thing!


You’ll notice we talk soft and slooooooooowly in front of your #pets so they feel more relaxed during veterinary visits.

We play soothing music in our practice to keep patients calmer during their visit. Bring your pet in today.


We dispense pheromones throughout the veterinary hospital to make your #pets more comfortable during their visit. Bring them in today.

Are your pets anxious about coming into the clinic? We have Thundershirts so your favorite animals feel more comfortable.


We don’t think fear should go hand in hand with your trip to the vet. Ask us what changes we’ve made so your pet is more comfortable!

We hand out treats like candy during visits so pets feel comfortable. Bring yours in for a check-up today.


We spray down our smocks with pheromones before appointments. Your #dog will think we’re wearing Milk-Bone underwear—that’s a good thing!

We examine your cat on a lap, not a cold table, so your favorite feline feels at ease a during the visit.


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