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Seasonal Tips for Pet Owners

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Amid winter, pet care and ownership vary from client to client due to the dramatic shift in weather. All pets have unique personalities and will have their own responses to the colder months, which is why we believe it’s important to have this discussion with your clients. Having these notes throughout your office, as well […]

What Makes a Website Appealing for More Clients

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

When creating a website for your business, there are a lot of particular aspects that you want to integrate to make your veterinary hospital appealing, professional, and friendly on the Internet. These qualities may not seem like they go together initially, but when potential clients visit your website, they’re looking for this and much more. […]

How to Get More Cats into Your Hospital

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

Getting cat owners into the office can sometimes be tricky. It is important to get cats into your office at every stage of a cat’s life. DVM 360 conducted a survey to see what kinds of tactics veterinary practices use to help gain and retain cats in their practice. Here are just a few ways […]

Increase Practice Revenue with Boarding

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Have you considered expanding your practice by offering doggie daycare or boarding? It is becoming quite common for veterinary hospitals, and can be an additional stream of revenue and makes your facility the go-to place for overall pet wellness. Offering daycare, boarding, grooming, and training is linked to increased spending per client for these services, […]

5 Ways to Market Yourself as a Veterinarian

Friday, December 1st, 2017

As a vet, your career hinges on you. And while that can seem like a lot of pressure, it’s the absolute truth. Unlike in other industries, you can’t afford to fly under the radar. If people don’t know about you and your practice, you simply will not get enough patients to be sustainable. Veterinarians, like […]

Want to see more insured pets?

Friday, December 1st, 2017

Over half of veterinarians want more of their clients to purchase pet insurance. If you are unsure how to increase the number of clients who have pet insurance your office, there is an easy way to help boost these numbers! By providing pet insurance as an employee benefit, it helps to boost your practice’s finances […]

The Three A’s of Success for Your Veterinary Clinic

Thursday, October 26th, 2017

Running a successful veterinary clinic or hospital can be overwhelming at times. At VetNetwork, we understand the day-to-day dedication of delivering optimal patient care. One way to ensure that pet owners are getting the correct information on your site and your office is to remember to incorporate these three “A” words below. These tips will […]

Save Money on Credit Card Processing

Friday, October 20th, 2017

Here at VetNetwork, we are always looking for new ways to help veterinarians grow their patient base and increase practice revenue. Recently, we have partnered with a company called Vet Card Services to help our clients save money on credit card processing fees and increase practice revenue. While most veterinarians are looking for new ways […]

VetNetwork Infographics to appear on NBC show The Blacklist !

Friday, September 29th, 2017

Exciting news! Our infographics are so fantastic, hit TV shows want to use them! NBC’s show The Blacklist recently contacted us to use our infographics in scenes for an upcoming episode. This American crime thriller series stars James Spader. The Blacklist premiered in September of 2013 and has received nominations from the Emmys, the Golden […]

3 Common Conditions to Target This Fall

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Fall is upon us. This season is the perfect time to market unique services at your veterinary practice. One easy way to do this is to promote preventative care and bring awareness to common conditions that pets may have. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association’s U.S. Pet Ownership & Demographics Sourcebook, they have reported […]

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