Veterinary Economics' July content is now online

Veterinary Economics' July content is now online

Why cats have been neglected—and what you can do about it. Plus, loan proposals, converting phone shoppers, and a kidney care client handout.
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Jul 14, 2009
By dvm360.com staff
Our country celebrated its freedom from tyranny this month. Now you can help cats celebrate their freedom from health maladies by boosting your feline care and attracting and retaining cat-loving clients. Click here to read "The Forgotten Feline."

Are you ready for the Red Flags Rule? The government will start enforcing this identity theft prevention program Aug. 1, 2009, and chances are good that you'll be responsible for it. Click here to learn how to protect your clients and stay in the clear with the FTC.

The July issue is also exploding with more advice and tips on finding hidden equipment costs, converting phone shoppers, judging client satisfaction, counseling on kidney care, and writing a great loan proposal.

Click here to view all the July content.

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