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Low stress veterinary visits

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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 22, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Each Veterinary Medicine Essentials package covers diagnostic steps, treatment plan guidance and the latest updates, plus resources to share with your entire veterinary team and your clients.
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VETTED: Dec 21, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
The feline sector is the biggest untapped growth opportunity for companion animal veterinarians. Here's how to become more feline-friendly (and how you'll benefit).
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Dec 13, 2016
Better vaccinations, kinder physical exams and taking time to relax and reward pets in the veterinary practice are all crucial parts of creating a lower-stress visit. But if you don't tell pet owners why you're doing and why, you're leaving it to them to guess.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 09, 2016
This skill centers the pets’ focus on you and encourages positive engagement.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 08, 2016
Luckily, Dr. Ralph Harvey says you'll soon have more analgesic options than ever.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 07, 2016
Mikkel Becker and Dr. Gary Landsberg demonstrate to train cats to a carrier.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Dec 02, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Well-timed treats are key to overcoming dogs' initial objections to this form of guidance while on a leash.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 08, 2016
This veterinary behavior specialist says you’re reading your patients all wrong. Bonus: The simplest, most important low-stress practice tip everyone in the veterinary world can use.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Oct 27, 2016
Veterinary architect Heather Lewis is here to remind the veterinary world that even man’s closest of animal companions still sees, smells, hears and experiences vary differently in crucial ways. Keeping that truth in mind helps immensely when it comes to designing a low-stress environment.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 17, 2016
No, really. Kitties (and some dogs too!) will relax in your veterinary practice if you just give them high spaces to perch.