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July 13, 2020

Fireworks Fears Can Change Over Time, Study Shows

Fireworks and other loud noises are a common cause of fear and anxiety in dogs. Two studies reveal insights into the progression of this fear over time, the effectiveness of training, and the importance of preventive training.
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Bean Dip
July 7, 2020

The Fear Free Dermatology Exam: Meet Bean Dip

Creating a personalized Fear Free approach for veterinary dermatology visits.
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July 6, 2020

Success Stories: 5 Ways Fear Free Has Changed Lives

Fear Free helps veterinarians and technicians acclimate pets to exams using minimal restraint, improve client happiness with their pets' visits, and teach others to handle pets in a Fear Free manner.
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June 29, 2020

Taking Your Training Business Online: What to Know

Reactive dogs, busy owners, and time-crunched trainers can all benefit from a switch to online classes.
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Milo and the lick mat
June 23, 2020

Scheduling With and Visiting the Fear Free Dermatology Practice: Meet Toby

Dogs with allergic itch may have increased stress. Most cases will be lifelong, requiring repeated clinic visits. Encourage your clients to become early adopters of the following Fear Free dermatology tips to make that happen.
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June 22, 2020

Ease Client Fears and Build Trust When Times are Scary

Communicate early and often about safety procedures and policies to help prevent anxiety, reduce stress, and keep it Fear Free for your clients and your patients.
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June 17, 2020

A Season and a Teachable Moment for Veterinary Medicine

COVID-19 is a major season for vet med, and it will make us adapt to needed changes in a short time period, allowing us to build to a better future.
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June 15, 2020

Set Up the Perfect Exam Room for Cats

As veterinary practices implement Fear Free design for their patients, it becomes more important to cater specifically to felines. Even if you have a smaller facility, at least one exam room should be properly outfitted to care for cats.
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Spring/Summer 2020 Issue Available Now!