DVM Best Practices, Jun 1, 2004 - DVM
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DVM Best Practices, Jun 1, 2004
Parasite control
Expert recommendations on feline parasite control
By Byron L. Blagburn, MS, PhD
The CAPC guidelines are based on the concept that awareness of heartworms and other parasites can increase compliant use of broad-spectrum agents.
Client Education
Educating clients about their cats' healthcare
By Ernest E. Ward Jr., DVM
Alex Martin was raised in a dog-friendly home. As a child, he shared a bedroom with his brother and a 60-lb Labrador retriever. Most of his family photos include various dogs the family owned over the years, but no cats are in the portraits. "Cats hung around the house, but were never considered part of the family," Martin says.
Wellness Exams
Healthier patients are an annual visit away
By Gary D. Norsworthy, DVM, DABVP
My annual visit compliance has skyrocketed to 94% within 18 months of sending out reminder cards.
Increasing Business
Increasing the feline half of your practice
By Lynn Buzhardt, DVM
Treating just one species is challenging enough, but veterinarians in general practice must care for dogs and cats every day of the week, and many of these general practitioners consider the following two facts incontrovertible:
Medical Innovations
Emerging diseases and solutions: Innovations in feline practice
By Gary D. Norsworthy, DVM, DABVP
Screening senior cats for evidence of renal insufficiency is a rewarding undertaking.
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