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Is Your Veterinary Clinic Ready for Winter?

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Winter is a wonderful time of year as it’s filled with exciting new activities that can be enjoyed with furry companions. Although enjoyable for your clients and their pets, winter can be a difficult time of year for veterinary nurses and their practices. Snow, slush, ice, salt, and antifreeze can create more problems for veterinary practices this time of year …

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The Reason Why Your Dog May Be Afraid of Vet Clinics

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Have you ever wondered why many dogs are terrified of going to the vet? It’s not uncommon for animals to be scared when entering a veterinary clinic, but there may be a simple reason for their recurring fear: the scent of the clinic itself. Most veterinary clinics use cleaning products on a daily basis that emit strong odors. Although these …

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3 Reasons Why Bleach May Not Be Your Best Option for use in Vet Clinics

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We praise veterinary clinics for treating our animals and contributing to their overall health. Did you know, however, that going to the vet may negatively affect your pet’s health from the cleaning products that are used? Bleach Bleach is a popular disinfectant that was invented in the 18th century and is still being used by the general public and health …