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January / February 2014 Wellness & the Human-Animal Bond
Follow a step-by-step team approach to treat fractured teeth, and institute this protocol for discussing hospice care with clients. Plus, learn how to recognize the signs of a stressed team member.
Use this Social Media Calendar to communicate the importance of dental care with clients.
Educating clients about hyperthyroidism in cats can influence clients’ short-term decisions, as well as the long-term management of their cat.
Clients more and more are looking for additional services to keep their pets mobile and active. Are you offering these new services to your clients?
The news of a team member’s pregnancy is a good opportunity for the entire team to review the practice’s safety and medical/disability leave policies and to ensure they are being followed.
The human–animal bond may be different in other cultures, but is still present. Restore the bond between human and pet by acquiring a deep understanding of others' traditions, daily challenges, and beliefs.
Women can "have it all," but they must have a bigger voice and never stop aiming for success.
Addressing client wellness is never an easy task, but you must know your ethical obligation to intervene on your patient’s behalf.
Happiness and positivity are key to a successful practice, but the sources of these experiences are not always obvious.
Preparing clients for their pet’s hospice care can help them cope with their impending loss and strengthen the human–animal bond.
Print this handout to educate clients about fractured teeth and preventing them in their pet.
From scheduling appointments to educating clients, each team member plays an important role in treating patients with fractured teeth.
This checklist can help each team member gather information about a patient’s fractured tooth so a treatment plan can be established.
Although only veterinarians should give medical advice for fractured teeth, the entire team should understand available treatment options.
The human–animal bond is a positive, mutually beneficial relationship. These 4 steps can help you use the bond to enhance wellness.
It is important to consider a tooth’s function when selecting treatment. When is endodontic therapy or exodontic therapy indicated?
Support the human–animal bond between team members and their beloved pets by implementing these policies and protocols.
Wellness plans are good for practices and good for pets, and they can be affordable for the client and the practice. Start by creating the plan, addressing challenges, considering costs, and spreading the word.
Discussion of Simon Sinek’s Start With Why, which presents a formula for leaders open to new business models.
Veterinarians can be financially sound despite large amounts of debt. Follow these steps to make smart decisions about your money.