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Pearls of Practice
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On the Job: Kris Tajchman

May 1, 2007

It's easy to feel warm and fuzzy over a furry feline or pooch, but other pets can inspire the same devotion from their owners. This is a lesson that my team learned after an uncommon encounter.

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Diet--a four-letter word

May 1, 2007

When it's time to talk about a pet's weight with clients, be sensitive.

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A picture's worth a thousand words

May 1, 2007

A white, sparkling smile is in, and that goes for pets, too. So when clients opt for dental care, show them what they paid for, says Beth Wallukait, a receptionist at Bryan Animal Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa.

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Your computer is your phone's best friend

April 1, 2007

Mrs. Smith is on the phone again. Someone from your practice left her a message.

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Who's that dog?

April 1, 2007

Give your patients a license to board with custom pet ID cards, suggests Collin Babcock, the practice owner and manager at McCune Animal Hospital in Eagle Rock, Mo.

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Streamline your callbacks

April 1, 2007

Need a new system to make sure callbacks happen? Joanne Bowman, RVT, a technician at Cottonwood Animal Hospital in Ottawa, Kan., uses plastic file baskets to hold each doctor's callback files in a central location.

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In memory of Barney

April 1, 2007

When a client's beloved pet dies, Julie Roberts, practice manager at Blackhawk Veterinary Hospital in Janesville, Wis., says her practice reaches out to let clients know their pets will never be forgotten.

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Build a wall of fame

April 1, 2007

Not sure what to do with your empty walls? Charisse Lombardo, an interior de signer and president of CLM interiors in Ridgefield, Conn., suggests creating your own wall of fame.

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Create standout medication refills

March 1, 2007

Do your prescription call-ins get lost in the paperwork on the doctor's desk? Marty Strauss, the practice manager for St. Charles Veterinary Clinic in St. Charles, Ill., recommends using colored paper to highlight medication refills.

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