As a vet, you are likely to encounter a number of clients who want to breed their dogs. There are a variety of possible motivations behind breeding: financial gain, wanting a puppy similar to their own adult dog, the desire to provide an educational experience for their children, and many others.
Have you ever heard of Delusional Parasitosis? It isn't very common, but is a very real issue that you may come across in vet practice.
This is a human disease or syndrome, where an owner believes that they or their pets are infested with a parasite or organism that isn't there.
Chances are, you are fluent in using social media in your daily life. The majority of Americans are on their phone on average of 5 hours per day. That number is staggering!
So, if you are looking for a great way to reach your clients, look no further than the device in your hand.
Ah, the dreaded task. We do everything possible to provide excellent customer service to our clients and the best medical care to our patients. Although rare, the need to fire a veterinary client from the practice may arise at some point during your career.
I have seen thousands of clients, and as I mentioned in my recent blog post (5 types of Clients and How to Handle them), have only had to fire a few in the past (almost 14 years). The circumstances were beyond repair, and I was faced with having to actually carry out this process myself. So, what happens?
Is there a right way to do this?
Topics: Veterinary Clients