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Episode Zero: Welcome to the Fear Free Podcast Series - Fear Free Pets
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Utilizing Fear Free techniques, we can advance our own practices and the way we serve our communities. This is not a standalone commodity, but rather, one that complements our medical practice. Better medicine provides us with an opportunity to improve on our daily service to our clients and the pets we provide comfort to. You can practice good medicine, but if you want to practice great medicine then incorporate Fear Free medicine into your practice
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Offering free spay/neuter services, pet food, and supplies for low-income pet owners, and assistance to those facing financial hardship due to a veterinary emergency, with the goal of keeping pets in their homes. Applicants are evaluated on a case-by-case basis and must meet certain criteria.
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This is where Fear Free comes in. Our mission is to alleviate fear, anxiety and stress in pets and educate and inspire the people that care for them. Fear Free focuses on both the physical and emotional well-being of your pets, and aims to take the pet out of petrified.Noncompliance is a major problem in veterinary medicine. It’s not our job just to send them home with medicine; it’s our job to send them home with Fear Free strategies for how to get those treatments completed to get the pets well. Last but not least, we are committed to providing you with invaluable resources and education in order for you to provide your pet with a Fear Free home – a home full of Fear Free experiences and plenty of enrichment to help your pets live happy, healthy, full lives.Cats and dogs spend a small amount of time at the veterinary hospital. What happens at home will impact how they respond to our care in the hospital. This course will empower you with the knowledge necessary to help you educate and assist your clients with employing proactive, protective, and preventive care strategies that will last throughout the pet’s life. Help your patients become Fear Free pets for a lifetime!NAVTA is committed to providing education and opportunities to our members to help in advancing them professionally and in their careers. The Fear Free initiative will be successful in helping our pets that we see daily only if it is adapted in our practices and the veterinary technicians in these practices have the capability and willingness to make those changes happen. By educating the technicians we will destress our patients, our clients and our veterinary hospital teams for better care and compliance over all.Julie Reck, DVM: ”The Fear Free Practice: The Secret to Relaxed Patients, Satisfied Clients and Happy Staff”
Julie Reck will share with attendees why she took the first step and jumped into the Fear Free waters. What did she discover as far as trap doors, shortcuts, and blazed trails? Why is a Fear Free practice a better place to work? Why do pets and pet owners love it? And finally, how has Julie Reck’s practice become financially successful and emotionally wealthy because of Fear Free?