Signs your clients might be helicopter pet parents—dvm360 flowchart

Signs your clients might be helicopter pet parents—dvm360 flowchart

Follow the path to uncover the type of pet owners you serve.

So who do you serve?

The truth is, the human you’re working with may be different, but the pet’s need for play is the same. And whether clients are intensely invested in their pet's every twitch and quiver like helicopter parents or their approach is a little more laid back, they still need your advice to keep their pets mentally and physically well. Find pet easy enrichment tips to help promote pets’ needs for stimulation inside and outside your hospital here

 

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