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Archive for July, 2014


Picking The Perfect Pup

Written by admin. Posted in Cavachon puppies for sale, Dogs and puppies

Cavachon dogs

Buying a puppy is a wonderful experience that can bring joy and happiness into anyone’s life. There are countless advantages of having a dog. For instance, simply petting your dog offers sensory stress relief and a sense of companionship. Going out and playing with your dog is also known to lessen the symptoms of depression, panic, and anxiety. Likewise, according to Web MD, research has shown that owning a pet can even lead to lowered blood pressure in the owner. What’s more, dogs and puppies encourage stable daily routines, plenty of exercise, and endless laughter, boosting your immune system and over all sense of well being.

For first time dog owners there are a lot of big decisions and a lot to look for when buying a puppy. Questions such as where to buy puppies, how to buy a puppy, or which breed is ideal


How Your Vet Business Can Benefit From SEO

Written by admin. Posted in Dr kay vet boulder, New web page

Vetinarean websites

In the current Google Age a website for your business is essential, and this is true for almost any business including veterinary websites. An important part of veterinary marketing is taking advantage of the internet because your website serves as the “face” of your business. Chances are the first impression that a potential customer or client will get of your business is what they see on your website. This means that you need to have a quality website, but it also means that people need to actually find it.
One of the essential veterinary marketing secrets is to use search engine optimization. More than half of Americans use search engines when looking for a local product or service, and 42% of those that do click the t


Pets, Paws and Patients How To Reach Your Target Audience

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Vetrinarian online marketing

As a veterinary hospital, you provide an invaluable service not only to people, but more importantly to their pets, by addressing their medical needs and even saving their lives. You have a pristine facility staffed by attentive, compassionate employees, yet your lobby is not as full as you’d like it to be. How do you go about marketing your services and attracting more clients?

It may be time to consider a company that specializes in veterinary marketing and creating a professional website for you and clients. Does a vet need a website? Absolutely. Nowadays, a potential client’s first impression of your practice comes from a visit to your website. Without a website, you may be missing out. According to Pew Internet, 58% of people have researched a product or service online. In fact, 80% of peo