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iVET360 announces Business Alliance Partnership with the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association https://ivet360.com/vhma-partnership/

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Happy Fourth of July! Here are some tips for helping your pets enjoy this day, too.
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What’s better for morale than a workplace visit from your favorite pooch? Today is Take Your Dog to Work Day, so share that furry ball of joy with the other pet lovers in your office! #TakeYourDogtoWorkDay
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At iVET360, we strive to help as many pets as we can and to become a leading voice in the veterinary industry. Heather Romano, managing director of staff development, embodies both company visions. She was invited to lead a class on inventory management at VMI in Denver because of her reputation as a thought leader in the veterinary industry. https://ivet360.com/speaking-at-vmi/

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Call tracking is not a new idea—it has been around for almost 20 years—but it remains the single most valuable tool for understanding true return on investment for marketing initiatives. Without it, you’re shooting blind, wasting your hospital’s time, money and, potentially, reputation. You’re funneling money into resources and initiatives without seeing if they actually work. https://ivet360.com/why-your-vet-marketing-isnt-working/

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Hear from Dr. Lynn Happel, veterinarian and owner at Eastown Veterinary Clinic in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She came to iVET360 looking for marketing support, but she eventually found herself seeking our expert help with her hospital’s data and human resources processes, too. https://youtu.be/51oXP3jlfPY

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It’s getting hot, hot, hot, and warm weather don’t just affect us humans! High temperatures can cause serious health problems for our pets if we don’t keep them cool. Follow these tips to keep pets safe this summer.


1. Don’t leave your pet in the car, even on mild days. Vehicle interiors heat up dangerously quickly when the sun is out.


2. Beware hot pavement on sensitive toes. Check pavement temperature with the palm of your hand before taking your pup for a walk.


3. Don’t shave all their hair off! It may seem like a good idea to give your pet a drastic new ‘do, but their hair actually helps keep them cool by protecting them from the sun’s rays.

4. Don’t over-exercise. Physical exertion is more taxing when it’s warm. Let your pet take it slow.

5. Provide plenty of water at all times. Pets need to stay hydrated just like we do, and that need for water becomes more critical in the heat.
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Dr. Casey Clark owns and practices veterinary medicine at Southwoods Animal Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina. As a relatively new practice owner, he loves that #iVET360 has experience with lots of veterinary hospitals around the country. That way, he knows he’s getting recommendations that work. Hear what else he has to say about working with us. https://youtu.be/MBo3b_qcymE

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Today, learn more about how you can help endangered species! Visit Endangered.org to find local events and hands-on ways to fight for animals’ lives. #EndangeredSpeciesDay
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We know it's gotten more and more challenging to run a veterinary hospital. Your to-do lists only keep growing. We're here to calm the storm.
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