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Love Your Dog - Dr Claire Steven's new book for dog owners

Awesome New Resource To Share With Your Clients Dr Claires Love Your Dog
Posted in Guest Blogger at 18 June, 2020

A fantastic new book to share with your veterinary clients who are looking for a great resource on dog ownership. We asked the author of Love Your Dog, Dr Claire Stevens about her new book, how she hopes it will help dog owners and how it can you too....

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Posted by Dr Claire Stevens, Author of Love Your Dog
 

The Evolution of Client Care in Veterinary Practices - 2020 and Beyond

What next - The evolution of veterinary care
Posted in Guest Blogger at 28 May, 2020

We're all in this together.... Great! Except that it doesn't always feel like that. When you work in an industry that's emotive by nature and alternately full of joy and heartbreak, the sudden absence of physical touch can have the potential to create a...

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Posted by Donna Robson, Director Waggy Dog Veterinary Sales & Marketing
 

It’s ok to be a bit hard on yourself, but…

Its Ok To Be A Bit Hard On Yourself But
Posted in Guest Blogger at 14 May, 2020

Being a bit hard on yourself is ok as long as you&re also kind to yourself...and patient! I watched the frustration grow on her face as she struggled to lift the ovary far enough out of the abdomen to get a clamp behind it. We were all sweating in the st...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

6 Ways Your Veterinary Practice Can Survive COVID-19

6 Ways Your Veterinary Practice Can Survive Covid 19
Posted in Guest Blogger at 02 April, 2020

Veterinary hospitals have been declared essential businesses. However, it is also inevitable that we will need to concentrate on the messages that are being sent out to your clients. Just some of the essential questions that your clients will be looking...

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Posted by Tracy Kamens, Director OnPoint Veterinary Coaching
 

Helping a client cope with the loss of a pet

Helping A Veterinary Client Cope With The Loss Of A Pet
Posted in Guest Blogger at 26 February, 2020

Vets tend to provide care throughout a pet's entire life from the first puppy health check right through to the animal's final days of life. However, all pet professionals can play a valuable role in helping their clients deal with the loss of a pet. Wit...

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Posted by Leanne Pilpott, Pet Professional
 
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