Veterinarians' own compliance leads to client compliance

Veterinarians' own compliance leads to client compliance

Pet owners are paying attention—set an example.
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Jul 25, 2012

Veterinarians must "walk the walk" for the benefit of team members and clients alike. Amanda Donnelly, DVM, MBA, says doctors acting as role models with respect to pet care is of great benefit to the practice.

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