Guest blog by Elizabeth Allen Who are you, what do you do? You say your name, your profession and you can see folks forming mental pictures of how relatable your answer might be in their world. And you feel yourself begin to shrink and expand at the same time and it hurts. Because you want to fit their point of view and yet you can’t help but expand, because you know that you are so much more than the letters after your last name. You are an end-of-life Veterinarian and that changes everything. When you enter the home for an… Continue Reading
Take and Bake Containers Make Your Job Easier!
If baking ClayPaws® prints is what is standing in your way of trying our process or you feel like it takes up too much of your staff’s time, consider our Take and Bake Containers! Rather than switching to a paw print kit of lesser quality that is less versatile and more unpredictable, just simplify your ClayPaws Print-Making Process! We designed our Take and Bake Containers to eliminate the step of baking prints onsite while still allowing you to send prints home safely the same day. Today, we are announcing the launch of our NEW Large Take & Bake Containers. These… Continue Reading
Client Retention for Veterinary Teams: A Powerful Tool
Use ClayPaws Kits post-death to support grieving clients, empower veterinary teams, structure time and client exits after euthanasia and ensure client retention for veterinary teams. Euthanizing a beloved pet is never easy. It’s even harder when the pet’s grieving family is present during the procedure. Yet, family-present euthanasia can be one of the most powerful client retention techniques veterinary teams can us. Especially when they pay close attention to how their client’s final goodbyes are facilitated. After a pet has died, a client’s exit from the veterinary clinic (or the removal of a pet’s body after home euthanasia) presents one… Continue Reading