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Introducing Dr. Frank Akawi! Dr. Akawi has seen great success through Vetster thus far and as such, wanted to share his tips with you on how to book more appointments.
Dr. Akawi has 25 years of experience in the animal health care and veterinary business industry with a strong background in practice management and administration. He has a passion for teaching, and often lectures on veterinary medicine, the business of veterinary management, as well as veterinary coaching and training.
To generate more appointments, Dr. Akawi has been using his social media to share Vetster information on both Facebook and LinkedIn (click here for inspiration!). He has also increased his availability time on Vetster, covers both western and eastern integrative veterinary telemedicine, and treats pocket pets and exotics. Dr. Akawi has informed his clients and staff at his in-person clinic of his extra availability after hours on Vetster, and recommends that you do the same in an effort to increase your appointment booking rate!
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Meet Beza, a 4-year-old Chocolate Cichlid who had his first appointment this week with a Certified Aquatic Veterinarian. Beza’s owner left Dr. Rache a 5-star review, saying
Dr. Rasche was knowledgeable and personable. She took the time to read and know my fish’s history prior to the appointment. She’s easy to talk to and gave me helpful advice and suggestions on a number of different things I could try to help my fish. She listened and answered all of my questions thoroughly. I would reach out to her again in the future if needed.”. We’re so happy to provide the means for animals like Beza to be seen by a veterinary professional like Dr. Rasche with such ease!
Companion animals don’t speak in the same way we do, but they still do communicate. Sometimes they might be asking to play, sometimes they might try to let you know they’ve had enough. Keep these tips in mind to understand what they’re communicating and make the most of your playtime.
The holidays are coming up: a time where extra special foods, treats, and snacks are shared to spread our gratitude and celebrate special moments. Many of us have furry companions, and we love to share special occasions — and food — with them. But, there can be dangers lurking in the food consumed during a holiday feast.
Bathing your dog during the summer is usually an act of necessity: heat, mud, and puddles or lake water can leave your dog less than fresh. But what about the rest of the year? Continue reading to find out how often you should bathe your pet, what to consider when developing your bathing schedule, and some tips and tricks to make bathing efficient and fun.
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