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Working With Nature to Avoid Environmental and Health Hazards of Common Flea Pesticides
This article was originally written for and shared with the College of Integrative Veterinary Medicine. Why are fleas a recurring problem for vets, pet parents, and our furry friends who love to be outside? When people think of fleas, they think of ugly, jumping insect parasites that live on animals and suck their blood. However, […]
Are you carrying the pet products your clients really want?
American households are spending more than ever on the health and happiness of their furry family members. In 2021, the American Pet Products Association reported a whopping $123.6 billion invested in pets. Of this total, “Vet Care & Product Sales” accounted for $34.3 billion. To maximize your share of this, it’s important to understand what […]
The perfect “flea speech” and why your clients need to hear it
Since fleas are a fact of life for patients and pet owners alike, veterinary professionals can help clients better understand the risks fleas pose and how to deal with them—often before the client is even aware of the problem. 1: First, a reality check First, you might begin your discussion by helping clients learn about […]