Fresh inspiration for your parasite prevention strategy

February 7, 2019

Need a shot in the arm when it comes to talking to clients about fleas and ticksor some new ideas for boosting these products business value to your veterinary practice? Start here.

Seize more fleas with these client communication tips

5 ways to freshen up flea education at your veterinary practice.

 

 

Sample script: Natural flea and tick repellants

Naturally clients have questions about the essential products they use for their own healthcare. Use this script to talk about natural products.

 

Client handout: Flea life cycle

Scratch that itch for a clear explanation of the flea cycle for your veterinary practice's clients with this printable PDF.

 

Swift script: Use this veterinary study to help clients take FAD seriously

Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) is becoming … well, a fad. And clients don't always want to believe it. Try using data from a recent study to help convince them it's a thing.

 

How bundling preventives can boost compliance (and profits)

Within one year, compliance for heartworm and flea and tick preventives at our veterinary practice went from 39 to 62 percent.

 

Streamline your flea product offerings and win back sales

Give your hospital focus and strengthen your recommendations to veterinary clients.

 

Power up your veterinary clients' efforts for flea prevention

Sure, you've heard all the excuses and you've heard enough flea and tick talks that you feel burned out. But don't give up-here are tips to power up parasite education in your practice.

 

Sample conversation tree: Flea and tick talks, deconstructed

When clients complain that their flea and tick preventives just don't work like they used to, use your investigative powers to ask the right questions to uncover any application errors and discuss next steps.

 

It's a marathon, not a sprint: Don't give up on selling parasite prevention

Despite the ubiquity of big-box-store loss-leader promotions, there is a future for flea, tick and heartworm preventive sales in your veterinary practice.