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Why gift cards are better than cash

February 1, 2011

Looking for an easy way to lure in new clients? Here's a small token of appreciation that shows off your practice.

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Long-term drug monitoring made easy

September 1, 2008

Get your patients taking long-term meds on a plan for rechecks.

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How to ease cat pain. Bonus: It pays.

July 1, 2008

Help cat owners provide a pain-free existence for their feline friends.

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Fee-setting tool: Long-term analgesic testing

July 1, 2008

Are your exam fees in line with high-performing hospitals?

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Talking teeth with timid clients

June 1, 2008

What you can do to get clients on board with your dental recommendations.

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Look but also touch

June 1, 2008

Seeing is believing for clients when it comes to pet dental health at Falmouth Veterinary Hospital in Falmouth, Maine. Video touchscreens in exam rooms show clients how quickly damaging plaque can build and harden. The screens also let clients type in their e-mail address and request that the information or Web site address for the video be sent to their home. After every dental cleaning, clients watch a video on brushing.

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Educating clients about parasites

May 7, 2008

A list from the Veterinary Economics archives.

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Worm your way into wellness visits

May 1, 2008

Biannual deworming protects patients and encourages regular wellness visits.

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Providing pet insurance

April 1, 2008

It doesn't hurt Dr. Craig Prior's feelings when a client is hesitant to take out a pet insurance policy: "I tell them, 'Try it for a year. If you don't like it, cancel it. I won't mind.'"

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