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3 Must-reads on Fear Free


3 articles outlining pointers on incorporating Fear Free methods into your practice, plus the benefits.

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Fear Free has swiftly become the standard of care in veterinary medicine and benefits patients, clients and the clinic alike. That is why we are spotlighting 3 articles that offer critical insight on integrating Fear Free techniques into your veterinary practice, plus its advantages and how it promotes the overall well-being of animals.

From research highlighting the multifaceted benefits of Fear Free to techniques specially geared towards anxious cats—there’s something for everyone. Happy reading!

  1. Using Fear Free techniques boosts business, study results show: These recent findings reflect how Fear Free helps relieve pets of stress while enhancing the client experience and increasing practice revenue.
  2. Fear Free optometry: This practice owner shares the story of how his visit to the optometrist helped him relate to the fear, anxiety, and stress patients confront during visits, thus inspiring positive change in his clinic.
  3. Fear Free techniques for anxious cats: Lisa Radosta, DVM, DACVB, describes why cats are particularly prone to anxiety at the clinic and she offers some insight on using Fear Free approaches for this patient population.
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