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Low Cost Marketing Strategies for Mobile Veterinarians

As a veterinarian running a mobile business, your business is unique in that you’re able to offer many services when your clients need them, where they need them. This nontraditional system is incredibly valuable to those who require your services due to lack of transportation, an emergency, or because they have pets with special needs. While running a mobile [...]

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Tips for Creating a Family Friendly Veterinary Practice 

There’s no doubt that most people consider their pet a member of the family, so when it comes to a visit to the vet – be it a routine checkup or an emergency – many families often go together to support their furry companions. In addition to giving the family an opportunity to show love for their pets, it’s [...]

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​Pet Obesity

In a society obsessed with eating healthy and hitting the gym, it’s hard to believe that pet owners aren’t aware of the growing obesity epidemic among pets. Obesity is a risk that can set a pet up for numerous health problems. The unfortunate consequences of obesity for dogs and cats include high blood pressure, breathing problems, diabetes, kidney disease, [...]

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​Combating Hairballs

Combating hairballs, though an unpleasant topic, is one that cat owners know all too well. Even Garfield, the famous cartoon cat, made it known that a cat’s gotta do, what a cat’s gotta do. Since cats naturally groom themselves, there’s no doubt that most cat owners have had the unpleasant experience of witnessing their cat spit up or choke [...]

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Finding the Right Diet

With so many fad diets and food trends, humans are always trying new ways to keep themselves healthy and living longer. But what is probably most surprising, is that many people will feed their pets just about anything! Whether it’s picking up what’s on sale at the supermarket, or being easily persuaded by television commercials, many people don’t do [...]

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​Pet Grooming Tips

While there is surely no substitute for professional grooming, giving your clients instruction on how to best take care of everything from a Golden Retriever’s matted hair and a Bichon Frise’s dry skin, to a cat’s earwax and nail trimming, can make your job easier when these pets come in for their regular appointments. The following are some best [...]

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Coping with a Sick Pet

Helping clients cope with a sick pet is a big part of the job of a veterinarian and those who work in clinics and animal hospitals. As you know, when a beloved pet seems off, it could be more than something small. It could be, in fact, a sign of mild sickness or even a serious illness. There [...]

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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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In Words and Actions: Effectively Providing Grief Support to Your Clients

A person naturally feels grief and sorrow when a beloved pet passes away. As a veterinarian, your clients may want to open up to you about what they feel because of your familiarity with their deceased pet.The first thing you can do to help clients is acknowledge their grief. Avoid saying things like “at least they are no [...]

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