When it comes to your pet, the last thing you want to think about is losing them. Unfortunately, lost pets are all too common—especially in the summer months, when frequent travel and big celebrations pose flight risks for
Friday, June 22 is Take Your Dog to Work Day! This annual event was created by Pet Sitters International (PSI) in 1999 to celebrate companionship with dogs and to encourage non-pet owners to adopt a furry friend of
As the July long weekend approaches, you’ve no doubt got sunshine and vacation time on your mind. Thankfully, the dog days of summer are here! Now’s the time to kick back, get outdoors, and have some fun with
They say, “Everything you need to know, you learn in kindergarten,” but when it comes to pet care, there’s always more knowledge to acquire. That’s what makes client education so challenging—where does your veterinary practice even start? Neuroscience
Every year, over 7.5 million animals enter pet shelters in North America. Of those, approximately 2.6 million pets are euthanized annually due to overpopulation and underfunding. Pet rescues do incredible, important work—but the current system is frighteningly problematic.
May 8th is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day and it has us wondering—in the face of a pet care emergency, will your clients be ready? Sure, the last thing anyone wants to think about is an unexpected disaster,
April showers bring May flowers—and a host of warm-weather risks for pets. As the temperatures rise, how can your veterinary practice help clients prepare for seasonal threats like flea and tick infestations or heatstroke? Client education is the
Tired of sharing the same old flea and tick awareness poster on your veterinary social media? Chances are, your clients will be bored too—making them far less likely to heed your preventive care advice. Unfortunately, seasonal pest outbreaks
As a dedicated veterinarian, you spend a lot of time exploring practical ways to improve your practice and solve your team’s pain-points. As useful as these tips can be, it’s equally important to recognize your strengths and successes.
Ever wonder how to make client education more appealing to pet owners? Far too often, clients prefer to engage with the fun stuff, while neglecting educational content. Unfortunately, missing out on key pet care information is a major