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The best way to diplomatically deal with gloomy veterinary clients

The Best Way To Deal With Gloomy Veterinary Clients Red
Posted in Guest Blogger at 19 December, 2019

There's a lot of negativity around, isn't there? It's hard to avoid on the news, in social media and in conversation. These negative comments from clients aren't necessarily aimed at you or your practice. Much of the time it is often more general gloomy...

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Posted by Dr Diederik Gelderman, Turbo Charge Your Practice
 

iM3 Case Study: Use of Synergy Synthetic Bone Graft on Boxer with a Unilateral Dentigerous Cyst

iM3 Case Study: Use of Synergy Synthetic Bone Graft
Posted in Guest Blogger at 21 November, 2019

Signalment: Rocket, a three-year-old, male neutered pure breed Boxer. Reason for presentation: Investigation of missing teeth which was identified during a yearly wellness examination, and an annual COHAT (Comprehensive Oral Health Assessment and Treatme...

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Posted by Dr. Kayoko Kuroda (BVSc MANZCVS Small Animal Dentistry & Oral Surgery) Northside Veterinary Care
 

10 commandments for achieving exceptional client service

10 Commandments For Achieving Exceptional Client Service Red
Posted in Guest Blogger at 17 October, 2019

It doesn't matter if you are serving clients online or in a veterinary business, there are 10 things that go to making up exceptional client service. Here are the 10 commandments your clients wish you would abide by. Feel free to pick up a chisel and .......

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3 Comments   Posted by Ingrid Moyle, Heart Harmony Communications
 

iM3 Case Study: Management of a traumatic Class II malocclusion in a 6mth old Labrador dog

Im3 Management Of A Traumatic Class Ii Malocclusion In A 6mth Old Labrador
Posted in Guest Blogger at 29 September, 2019

Background and treatment options for traumatic malocclusion due to linguoverted mandibular canine teeth ('base narrow') Linguoversion of the mandibular canine tooth/teeth is where one or both mandibular canines is lingually displaced from their normal po...

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Posted by Dr. Anthony Caiafa BVSc, BDSc, MANZCVS
 

Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction & neck pain

Dudley's Case Study - Acupuncture Case Study
Posted in Guest Blogger at 17 July, 2019

Canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) is neurobehavioral syndrome similar to Alzheimer's in humans, leading to a decline in cognitive function as part of an age-related degenerative process in the central nervous system. Common symptoms described by pet own...

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Posted by Dr Jennifer Robinson, Veterinarian (DE), CVE (IVAS) Melbourne Veterinary Acupuncture
 
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