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July 2015 Practice Compassion
Get tips for making visits less stressful for patients, clients, and your team, and discover the risks for certain diseases in your community. Plus, forget the pile of books—create your own digital library and find the medical information you need at the touch of a button.
Managing the chronic pain of canine osteoarthritis (OA) can be challenging for clients. Treatment of OA requires a multimodal approach incorporating traditional and alternative therapies.
Pain management in pets is an enormous aspect of modern veterinary medicine. Our clients entrust the care of their pets to us, and we owe it to them to provide the best options for pain control.
From clinical signs to prevention products, technicians should be well-informed about Lyme disease.
Taking better care of patients starts with taking better care of ourselves. Try these self-care strategies to rejuvenate your life.
Feelings of burnout and compassion fatigue are all too common in the veterinary profession. , but professional chaplaincy may provide a new way to address these issues.
Over-analyzing or over-thinking every detail can lead to the inability to make a decision. Here’s how to overcome this paralyzing state of mind.
Holidays often mean traveling with pets. Do you know these local disease risks and simple precautions to protect patients and clients from infection?
What are the current tendencies regarding pay increases, work-life balance, and additional benefits in veterinary practices?
Forget the pile of books—organize your own digital veterinary library. Use these tips to get started.
Visits to the practice can be a stressful experience for patients, clients, and the veterinary team. How can you create a calm environment that works for everyone?
Client education is critical to the treatment and prevention of Lyme disease. Discover the “Rule of 3” to create key talking points with clients.
If your team is confused about the Lyme disease prevention, control, and treatment, your clients will be too. Here’s how to get team members on the same page.
Whether communicating with clients or formulating a treatment plan, every team member plays an important part in managing Lyme disease. Use this checklist to clarify your role.
How do you manage Lyme-positive patients? Get tips for treatment and prevention.
A positive test result isn’t enough to make a definitive diagnosis. What other point-of-care tests can help you diagnose Lyme disease?
Use this quiz to test your knowledge of these important services for the veterinary practice.
A relief veterinarian can serve as a proxy and be an asset to a practice without affecting the quality of patient and client care. Make sure you provide the right support.
What’s the difference between dental formulas in puppies and kittens, and adults? Watch this video to distinguish the differences.
Use the posts from this month's Social Media Calendar to inform clients on proper care for their birds, rabbits, cats, and dogs.