Webinar Helps Focus Your Clinic on Preventive Pet Healthcare

Partners for Healthy Pets is hitting high gear in its efforts to help you improve pet health and enhance practice relationships with your clients. On the heels of the unveiling of new business resource tools at last month’s AVMA Convention, the Partners are now inviting practice owners and practice managers to participate in a webinar that will help inspire pet healthcare teams to reprioritize preventive care and improve client relationships. 

Dr. Michael Paul, former president of the American Animal Hospital Association and the principal of MAGPIE Veterinary Consulting, and Dr. Andy Roark, veterinarian, author, speaker and consultant, will explore the veterinary team’s role in preventive pet healthcare during the 60-minute webinar on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. As part of the webinar, Dr. Paul will present a 10-step plan for implementing the AAHA-AVMA Canine and Feline Preventive Healthcare Guidelines. 

The webinar is part of a toolkit created by the Partners for Healthy Pets that provides you with dynamic ways to reinforce a practicewide focus on preventive pet healthcare and to enhance your communication with clients about the value of, and need for, routine care visits. So register for the webinar today and help focus your clinic on preventive pet healthcare.

One thought on “Webinar Helps Focus Your Clinic on Preventive Pet Healthcare

  1. Hi AVMA,

    Preventive pet healthcare is a valuable topic that doesn’t get as much attention as it might.

    It’s among the best sort of health care a pet parent can provide. It’s better to prevent a health issue than to allow an issue to materialize. It right on the first line of defense to prevent animal suffering. It’s an important part of responsible pet parenting.

    A webinar would be helpful in defining the specifics in preventive pet care and would help veterinarians play an important role in preventing unnecessary animal suffering as well as to effectively educate clients.

    This would better ensure that both veterinarians and clients would become more proactive in sparing animal suffering and would improve veterinarian-client relations.

    The webinar format would enable live discussions on the important aspects of preventive pet care and is an effective avenue for collective veterinary wisdom. The most important end result will be that the pets will quite significantly benefit, which is the main goal of veterinary medicine.

    It’s a great idea.

    =^..^= Hairless Cat Girl =^..^=