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Experiencing veterinary medicine from the opposite side of the consult table

Experiencing Veterinary Medicine From The Opposite Side Of The Consult Table
Posted in Guest Blogger at 04 November, 2021

When the veterinarian becomes the client.... The past 10 days have certainly been eventful, to say the least. Eye-opening? Definitely. Stressful? Absolutely. Thought-provoking? 100%. Why? Because just over a week ago, my 7-year-old Chihuahua Speedy,...

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Posted by Dr Emma McConnell, Director, Platinum CPD
 

Halloween resources to share with your veterinary clients

2021 Halloween Resources To Share With Your Veterinary Clients
Posted in Social Media at 21 October, 2021

Halloween and pets - it really can be a trick or a treat! Whether you love or hate the concept of Halloween, it seems to be becoming more and more popular. Which means it offers a great opportunity to interact with your clients from both a fun and an edu...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Head Witch, Vetanswers
 

Engagement Fatigue – Overcoming Your Veterinary Client's Social Media Overload

Engagement Fatigue Overcoming Your Veterinary Clients Social Media Overload 1 2
Posted in Social Media at 27 May, 2021

Checking social media feeds regularly is a habit for many people but it takes time. In the busy lives of pet owners, veterinary social media pages are competing heavily for attention with friends, hobbies and entertainment sites. Unless your post is atte...

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Posted by Donna Robson, Director Waggy Dog Veterinary Marketing
 

Veterinary Nurse Consults: Why do them & how to make them a success

Veterinary Nurse Consults Why Do Them And How To Make Them A Success
Posted in Guest Blogger at 22 April, 2021

Are you doing veterinary nurse consults in your practice? Vet Nurse Consults hold an important place in vet hospitals as they not only benefit clients and patients, but they also allow vet nurses to utilise their skills and knowledge to educate clients....

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Posted by Melissa Giles, Vet Nurse Diary
 

Old Cat, New Kitten – who is the aggressor?

Old Cat New Kitten Who Is The Aggressor
Posted in Guest Blogger at 04 March, 2021

Hands up all who have had clients complain their old cat has become aggressive towards their sweet innocent kitten that is only trying to play? When I was veterinary nursing, I found it highly frustrating that clients were not viewing the situation from t...

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Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director Pets Need A Life Too & HandicappedPets Australia
 
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