Use pics of clients' pets to show you care

Use pics of clients' pets to show you care

A small touch at the front desk will go a long way.
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May 26, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

You know your clients are the heart and soul of your veterinary practice—but do they? Here, dvm360.com Associate Editor Ashley Barforoush shares a tip from Dr. Marty Becker on demonstrating how you value your clients and their pets using a digital photo frame at the front desk.

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