Resources to help you and your team connect with cat-owning clients

Resources to help you and your team connect with cat-owning clients

Put these feline-focused handouts to work for your veterinary clinic today.
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Jun 12, 2014
By dvm360.com staff
Catering to cats, as well as communicating with and educating their owners, is a breeze with these helpful handouts. Download and use them in your practice— and you'll be on your way to achieving improved cat care in no time.
Checklist: 25 ways to increase feline visits to your veterinary practice
If you want more feline patients flocking to your veterinary hospital, see how many of these cat-friendly concepts you can implement in practice.
Practice tool: Feline report card
Fill in the blanks with the information about each client's feline visit with the veterinarian and recommendations for home care.
Client handout: What is good healthcare for cats?
Help clients understand what good healthcare means for their cat—in the veterinary hospital and at home.
Client handout: How to habituate your cat to a carrier
Use this step-by-step guide to educate cat owners about how to help their cats adjust to a cat carrier for trips to the veterinarian.

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