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Low stress veterinary visits

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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.
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS: Oct 10, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
How Well-Managed Practices are decreasing fear and increasing revenue.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 29, 2016
Use this handout to show clients this should not be the first training method of choice.
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FIRSTLINE: Sep 23, 2016
Switching styles can trip up the team, but the transition is worth the trouble.
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FIRSTLINE: Sep 22, 2016
Managing your senior feline patients goes much deeper than non-slip mats. Consider these tips from Dr. Kelly St. Denis in order to better manage your senior cats.
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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.