Here are three bullying, radiation and pregnancy articles popping up in your veterinary colleagues web searches and our dvm360.com traffic in March 2019.
Playing defense is a common fall back veterinary practices employ when pet care advice is administered to their clients in a shopping aisle. But this is one case where its worth stepping in the ring and having a good offense ready.
Treating otitis can sometimes feel as comically hopeless as an overexcited puppy trying to complete an obstacle course. Ooof, right? Here two experts offer practical advice on how to overcome treatment obstacles and achieve top-dog status in the eyes of veterinary clients.
When another doctors frustrated client shows up to your veterinary hospital door, I usually agree with the doctors diagnosis. Could it have been the communication that failed?
With client loyalty so important to a veterinary practices bottom line, your doctors and team members cant afford not to provide relationship-centered care.