This dvm360 toolkit focuses on behavior. The special package of articles, tips, handouts, videos and tools is designed to make it easy for your team to educate pet owners about the importance of training and socialization in pets.
Articles and tips
Your behavior tools
> 3 ways to address canine fear-related aggression in your clinic
> 4 ways to integrate behavior counseling at your practice
> Tips for less stressful feline visits
The dvm360 social media marketing kit for behavior
A free iPad module on behavior for exam room education
Use these pre-written Facebook posts and tweets to educate your clients about common behavior-related concerns, such as litter box issues, puppy socialization and more. (That's right. It's social media outreach made easy!)
If you already have the dvm360 app for iPad, make sure you downloaded the latest update. Then, inside the app, click the tab labeled "Client Education." You'll find a module from dvm360 that's designed to help facilitate conversations with clients in the exam room. Educate and entertain your clients with interactive quizzes, videos and easy-to-process information about behavior issues in pets. If you don't yet have the app, download it now using your iPad. Or just search for dvm360 in the iTunes App store.
Use these video clips to educate your team on how to discuss behavior issues with clients
> The best methods for distracting a puppy during physical examination and vaccination
> How to achieve canine-feline harmony
> Managing puppies that are being housetrained but consistently defecate in their crates
> How to address nighttime vocalization in senior cats
Use this script to address pets' troubling behaviors with your clients:
> How to talk about behavior issues
These handouts help reinforce your message to your team and your clients. Just click, print and hand to clients, or post in your clinic for staff education.
> 10 life-threatening behavior myths
> Why punishment fails and what works better
> Teaching your new puppy the right way to play
> Behavior assessment checklist
>Questionnaire for patients exhibiting repetitive behaviors
Tips and advice on some of the most common pet behavior problems you see in practice.
> Got behavior questions? We've got answers
Create a positive, pet-friendly experience
A trip to your practice doesn't have to be scary for the pet or the client. Make it a positive experience with these tips.
> Go for fear-free in your veterinary practice
Free behavior e-book
Studies show that pet owners hesitate to schedule visits with you because they believe their pet is anxious about trips to the veterinarian. Help keep your patients comfortable (and reduce your stress, too) with the strategies in this free dvm360 e-book: "Fight Pets' Fear."
> Download the free behavior e-book
Does your team do a great job handling behavior-related issues with pet owners? We'd love to share your winning strategies with your colleagues. Did you try one of these tools? We'd love to know what your experience was like. Any other feedback? Let us know.