The QR Code Comeback

Nowadays, QR codes are widely used and have a lot of different applications and purposes, and can be an excellent way to quickly guide someone to your social media accounts — without them having to search online. So, what IS a QR code? Put simply, QR code is a barcode made of hundreds of black […]

The Rules of Engagement

Who doesn’t love a photo of cute cats and dogs on your social posts? Although those furry friends may garner some likes, we challenge you to engage with your audience. Sound overwhelming? Fear not! We have rounded up the easiest ways to connect with your audience and start a dialogue with your followers. Use a CTA (Call […]

Veterinary Receptionist Week

This week [HOSPITAL NAME] is celebrating our beloved Veterinary Receptionists! Client Service Relations is integral to veterinary hospitals and we are so proud of our team for managing our extreme schedule and high volume admin-related workload with such care and grace. Remember to say ‘Thank You’ to your Veterinary Receptionist this week!

Beware the Lily–and Other Spring Dangers!

They’re beautiful and a sure sign of spring—but lilies can be deadly to cats, and they’re not the only spring dangers you should be aware of if you have companion animals: Grow your garden with care. Fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides can have ingredients that can make your pet very sick if they’re ingested. Also, many […]

Don’t Let Your Pet Go to Pot

The legalization and prevalence of marijuana has sadly become a hazard for pets: veterinarians across the country are reporting a large spike in the numbers of companion animals they’re treating for cannabis intoxication. In fact, the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center reports a 765% increase in the number of calls related to marijuana exposure. It’s […]

Parasites Are Gross. Here’s How to Keep Them Off Your Pet

(Fleas, ticks, intestinal worms, heartworm) Fleas. Ticks. Roundworm, heartworm and tapeworm. Our animals are a walking buffet to them, and once they’re on your dog or cat, it’s a short ride on the pet express to your home and family. Many of these parasites and the diseases they carry are zoonotic—meaning they can be transmitted […]

Leptospirosis: The Backyard Threat

There are very few diseases you can get directly from your pet, but one of them is especially easy to contract: leptospirosis, a highly contagious illness spread through the urine of infected wildlife. Dogs don’t even need to make contact with wildlife to get the disease—simply drinking water or ingesting dirt that’s contaminated with the […]

American Red Cross’s Pet First Aid Awareness Month

Non-Boosted April is American Red Cross Pet First Aid Awareness Month. Would you know how to help your pet in an emergency? Boosted April is American Red Cross Pet First Aid Awareness Month. Would you know what to do if your pet… …ate something poisonous? Follow product label instructions Contact Animal Poison Control at 888.426.4435 […]

National Pet Day (April 11)

National Pet Day is April 11th! If you have a pet in the family, you’re probably very aware of the joy that companion animals bring to your life. In addition to honoring the pets who make our lives better, National Pet Day was also created to encourage pet adoption from local shelters and rescues, and […]

National Dog Bite Prevention Week®

National Dog Bite Prevention Week is April 7 – 13 Every second full week in April is National Dog Bite Prevention Week, created to increase awareness about the seriousness of dog bites and what can be done to prevent them.  Nearly 1 in 5 people bitten by dogs require medical attention, and children are the […]