Tips for getting difficult patients to take their parasitic preventive medication
What pet parents can do to stay informed about parasitic prevention, plus the high cost of treatment vs prevention.
Questions for pet parents to ask about parasitic prevention
360-degree protection for internal and external parasites
The group examines the concept of 360 parasite protection and what to do when clients do not follow recommendations.
Setting new puppies up for success with parasitic preventives
The panel discusses what flea, tick, and heartworm preventives they each prefer and how to get staff buy-in to help recommend it to clients.
Getting staff buy-in with parasitic preventives
How to improve client compliance with parasitic preventives
The panel discusses their personal strategies for increasing client compliance with parasitic preventives for flea, tick, heartworm, and more.
The driving forces behind parasitic trends
The group discusses possible causes behind the steadily growing endemic regions for Lyme disease and other vector-borne diseases
The parasitic danger of dog parks and doggy day care
The panel discusses the results of the DOGPARCS study and its implications for parasitic dangers at dog parks and doggy day care
360 Parasite protection—a discussion of lowering risk of parasites in dogs and their parents
As vector-borne parasitic diseases are on the rise, a panel of clinicians explores the latest parasitic trends and preventive strategies.
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