Sample client handout: How wellness care saves money

Sample client handout: How wellness care saves money

Obese dogs, potentially diabetic cats, and kidney problems: Break down the savings in diet foods and diagnostics vs. disease management and expensive procedures later.
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Jun 24, 2009
Click here to download a PDF client handout from Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Ernest Ward Jr. It lays out the costs of preventing disease vs. dealing with it later for an obese dog, a potentially diabetic cat, and a feline with early-stage kidney disease.

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