January 2019

AAHA/AVMA Preventive Healthcare Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

No need to reinvent the wheel! AAHA/AVMA Preventive Healthcare Guidelines for Dogs and Cats were created to provide an easy to implement list of protocols that help align the entire practice team. Complimented by a suite of comprehensive tools to help motivate your team, the guidelines are a must have for any practice looking to provide consistency and effectively communicate the value of preventive healthcare.

Click here to download your copy of AAHA/AVMA Preventive Healthcare Guidelines for Dogs and Cats and other helpful resources to help your team get started.

Healthcare Guidelines

Let us help YOU see more pets!

In the January monthly practice newsletter, our focus is on kidney and urinary tract health. You’ll find Facebook posts, tweets and copy for your practice website or newsletter that encourage pet owners to start the new year off right by taking better care of themselves and their pets!

How many of your clients know that 75% of their pet’s kidney function must be lost before there is a substantial increase in their blood work?

How many of your clients understand that kidney (renal) failure is not the same as the inability to make urine? Most pets with renal failure make large volumes of urine to try to remove the waste products that are building up in their blood. This apparent contradiction between the large volume of urine produced and loss of kidney function is often confusing and misleading for pet owners.

Use the social media and website content in the next section to educate your clients about the benefit of preventive healthcare when it comes to kidney and urinary tract health.

Kidney and Urinary Tract

Which patients are due for their yearly checkup? Check your files then contact all of your clients you haven’t seen in over a year. You want to remind them to schedule their pet’s annual exam because a yearly checkup guarantees these pets are getting the highest quality of care.

Word for Word

Here are January’s Facebook posts, tweets and copy for your practice website that you can use “word for word”. They are designed to encourage your clients to schedule their pet’s yearly checkup with you.

Copy and paste this month’s Facebook posts onto your own page.

Engage clients with this month’s tweets.

Use this month’s website copy online or in your practice newsletter.

Click here for print ad templates, digital banner ads, our public service announcement video and other useful tools your practice can utilize to promote preventive care.

Campaign In Action: A New Year’s Gift For Your Veterinary Practice

The New Year kicks off with a better bargain than a post-holiday sale — a ready-to-go toolkit that provides an easy way to implement forward booking into veterinary practices nationwide.

Veterinary Medical Association Executives (VMAE) has collaborated with us on a forward booking program that can have a significant impact on the health of patients and practices. Forward booking simply means scheduling all patients’ next appointments before they leave the practice, regardless of the reason for their current visit. This includes medical progress exams and preventive healthcare exams.
Forward Booking
You and your veterinary healthcare team can access a free, straightforward, step-by-step program to start forward booking in your practice. We provide you with a suite of resources to train your entire practice team to develop the skills necessary to be successful. We also offer materials to actively promote forward booking in your practice with “Don’t forget to Book My Appointment” buttons and professionally designed downloadable posters.

Get started today!
Partners for Healthy Pets is dedicated to ensuring that pets receive the preventive healthcare they deserve through regular visits to a veterinarian. We are committed to working with you to enhance the health of your patients and your practice. Learn more about all the tools available to your practice in the Partners for Healthy Pets Resource Toolbox at www.partnersforhealthypets.org.
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