The Pulse Of Veterinary Medicine
Vet-To-Vet Conversation With IDEXX
Vector-borne diseases are more common in the spring, and this year is slated to be no exception. With both National Heartworm Awareness Month and Prevention of Lyme Disease in Dogs Month being observed in April, now is the time to prepare. Use these tips to get your practice ready for the season.
With 2017 upon us, now is the time to make sure your practice is set up to deliver the best care and service to patients and clients alike. Here are six trends we see for 2017 and how you can act on them and position your practice to succeed.
Sometime between the holidays, when patients are into all the wrong foods, and tick season, when those little critters are most active and we’re all focused on preventives, comes tax season. It’s the time of year to gather the materials necessary to prepare your tax return and to think about finding ways to cut down on your tax bill for 2015.
As a lifelong cat lover and owner of four geriatric cats, I know how the bonds with our feline family members increase with time. Our cats are an integral part of our lives, and as they age, their affection for us expands and our love for them takes on additional meaning. Our pets can live long and happy lives but only if they receive regular veterinary care, including preventive care. We in the profession know this, but how do we inspire other pet owners—your clients—to appreciate the value that preventive care brings to their pets as they age?