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Keeping Clients Loyal to Your Veterinary Practice

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It takes a lot more work to get a new customer than it does to keep one, making client retention critical to maintaining a healthy practice. Not only do loyal clients spend more over time, they’re willing to spend a little extra each visit if they know they’re getting good service. Keeping patients is a process that starts when a client makes their first call and continues long after their visit.

Know Your Patients

While it’s easy to forget details when you deal with several animals each day, the one visit the client had a few months ago is still fresh in their minds. When you make records for patients, go beyond standard medical information: anything from small abnormalities that could lead to health problems later to noting specific behaviors that can make an animal hard to deal with. This will make future visits run smoothly, and shows clients that you care.

Give Your Clients the Full Picture

While your clients don’t benefit from years of studying animal health, you should approach care as a partnership of equals, working with them instead of simply doling out advice and prescriptions. By taking the time to explain to the client what’s going on with their pet and how the treatment works, you’ll let them feel empowered when taking care of their pet while helping them be more proactive about addressing health issues.

Put a Face on Your Practice

What makes a client choose your practice? They may have trouble understanding the care different providers offer, but by creating an image for your clinic, you can help it stand out. From advertising to hosting events, your goal should be emphasizing what makes your practice stand out, whether that means highlighting unique services or the people who make up your staff.

Stay in Contact

With months between visits, even the best experience at your clinic isn’t enough to keep your practice in the minds of your clients. That’s where we come in. Since 2008, Positive Impressions has been helping veterinary clinics and hospitals build relationships with their clients through customizable products. We can help you keep in touch with clients and keep your clinic’s information in their hands, so you’ll be their first contact when they need help with their pets. Here are just a few ways you can keep the connection going:

Reminder Cards that give clients a physical reminder to come in for appointments and schedule checkups

Prescription and Tote Bags for medicine and other goods so clients can tell at a glance where to get more supplies.

Calendars that keep your business’ contact information at hand throughout the year

Occasion Cards for birthdays, holidays and to express sympathy to show you care about your clients and their pets

Ready to start building a better relationship with your clients? Through the month of November, we’ll send you one free set of occasion cards for every three you order!

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​Pet Grooming Tips

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Coping with a Sick Pet

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​Honoring a Deceased Pet

There’s no question that in many homes, pets are considered valued members of the family. So, when a loved one passes on, it can be devastating for everyone including children, neighbors, and friends. Of course, it can be tough for veterinarians and the staff at animal hospitals who have been a part of a pet’s life too. Experiencing the [...]

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Pet Safety Hazards

With every wet kiss and adorable look, there’s no denying that our pets are beloved members of the family. As with everyone we love, we want to keep our pets safe and healthy in every season and under every circumstance. Yet even the most well-meaning pet owners aren’t always aware of safety hazards that exist for our pets on [...]

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