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Vetted: VetEc + VetMed, shaken not stirred

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dvm360.com: Oct 07, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Ever wondered, "How can my coworker afford THAT?" or thought, "I don't know how anyone lives on what she makes?" Here's your chance to see how other veterinary professionals are managing their money.
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VETTED: Oct 06, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Your clients probably don’t know about low thyroid hormones, even though they could be seeing the signs. These social media posts can help.
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VETTED: Oct 06, 2017
Follow the path to uncover the type of pet owners you serve.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Oct 02, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Finding space to offer your veterinary clients refreshments is easier than you think. Here are some examples to bring you inspiration.
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VETTED: Oct 02, 2017
Help pet owners walk a mile in their furry friend's paws with this handout from a dog's perspective on pain.
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VETTED: Sep 25, 2017
Venn diagrams to express some of the agony and the ecstasy of life in a veterinary practice.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 25, 2017
Are your veterinary clients curious about why you recommend joint supplements for their pets with this painful condition? Here are the answers they're looking for.
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VETTED: Sep 18, 2017
The American Museum of the Housecat is a cat-lover’s paradise—and not just because you’ll find more than 5,000 items of feline art, toys and collectibles. All profits go to funding a no-kill, cat-only adoption center and sanctuary.
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VETTED: Sep 15, 2017
When veterinary clients pay an annual fee—or monthly installments—for wellness services over the course of a year, will they be mad if they don't use them? Not if you remind them. (You ARE sending out regular reminders for everything, right?)
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VETTED: Sep 12, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Leaving behind any rough edges or diseased tissue when removing teeth from cats with this painful condition is a big no-no, says Dr. Heidi Lobprise.