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Vetted: VetEc + VetMed, shaken not stirred

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FIRSTLINE: Feb 28, 2017
Would your veterinary team members or pet owners want to check out these funny pet photos and submit some of their own to this new contest?
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VETTED: Feb 24, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Whether a veterinary client's pet is getting a cancer diagnosis, the pet owner is managing a chronic condition such as allergies or they're visiting you for the very first time, here’s how to nail best practices to show off your financial savvy when it comes to payments and, maybe, encourage folks to look into pet insurance down the line.
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VETTED: Feb 24, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Are your veterinary clients kinda "meh" when it comes to flea control? Here are the most motivating factors to consider the next time you make recommendations.
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VETTED: Feb 22, 2017
Whether zombies are hot on your trail or you’re just trying to make it through another busy day at your veterinary practice, here’s a quick look at the monitoring equipment we’ve got on the brain.
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VETTED: Feb 17, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
New cartridge for blood-filtration promises cleaner blood for more than just veterinary renal conditions.
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VETTED: Feb 17, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
A big bonus of a thorough veterinary oral examination: You can spot oral tumors as well. The downside: You may spot an oral tumor.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Feb 10, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
We have four words: New. Veterinary. Products. GO!
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VETTED: Feb 09, 2017
New KPI trackers. Funny client education materials. Better ways to manage medical records. All this and more in our business-focused roundup of stuff we heard about in meetings, saw on a show floor or caught word of so far this year!
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VETTED: Feb 09, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
An amuse-bouche of three new nutritional options for pets.
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VETTED: Feb 03, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
"Safety" isn't just a football score. Game-day distractions can be dangerous for pets. Here's how to keep them safe.