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Low stress veterinary visits

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FIRSTLINE: Sep 16, 2016
When it comes to creating a positive veterinary visit for pets, owners and teams, Dr. Gary Landsberg says there should be one word driving every action: Individualization.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 30, 2016
"Just get it done" doesn't pay off in the long run. Instead, slow down and reduce the potential for pets' fears.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 29, 2016
Dr. Robin Downing explores the link between fear and pain in your feline veterinary patients.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 27, 2016
You can see happier, calmer pets in the exam room. Get a sneak peek on "how" here.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 17, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Jonathan Bloom says the practice manager is one of the most important roles in making a lower-stress veterinary visit plan work.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 11, 2016
You know your efforts benefit the patients in your veterinary practice—but the effect on pet owners is important too.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 08, 2016
Dog owners can learn how to teach their pets to ignore distractions and focus attention with the helpful tips in this clip.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Aug 05, 2016
Your veterinary patients have several responses to extreme stress, but no matter which way they respond, their health may be in danger.
 
VETTED: Jul 13, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
You might wonder what a veterinary podcast is doing interviewing an architect. But Heather Lewis, partner at Animal Arts, a firm in Boulder, Colorado, is no ordinary architect—she's also a devoted advocate of minimizing pets' stress and anxiety during their veterinary visits. And she's got a lot to tell you!
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jul 12, 2016
9 tips to help cats in your veterinary clinic have less stress and more appetite