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Idea Exchange: Always be prepared with assorted collars and leashes

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We never let clients leave their pets' collars and leashes in the hospital because they could accidentally become lost.

We never let clients leave their pets' collars and leashes in the hospital because they could accidentally become lost. Instead, we keep an assortment of collars and leashes with clasps—blue and pink, small to large, for cats and for dogs—on hand to use.

Dr. Mark Van Elzen

Chicago, Ill.

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