TV at the vet's

An article from Veterinary Practice News touts the benefits of pet-oriented TV programming in vets’ waiting rooms.  It can be a stressful place for pets and humans alike, and waiting times are a top frustration for pet owners.  Both stress and frustration have been reduced with the use of educational programming in waiting rooms.  Programming, provided by an outside vendor, can be specific to the practice or cover general topics like fleas, heartworm, etc.  The concept is similar to what is seen in many human medical offices, where pharmaceutical companies sponsor programming.  In both cases, the content can inspire questions for medical personnel when treatment is given.

The  Veterinary Practice News article:

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