Message Number: YG10813 | New FHL Archives Search
From: sukieferret
Date: 2002-02-06 18:09:00 UTC
Subject: Re: ADV and Educating Local Vets

--- In Ferret-Health-list@y..., wolfie2689@a... wrote:
> of posts----be it group members or moderators. I just would
like some level
> headed advice as to how to approach these guys without
getting their backs in
> a Tizz

Many vets appreciate information, esp. when we find out about
something fresh for them. What really go over the best are ones
that have been done by vets and other experts. You can always
go to the assorted websites and let them know about articles
there by vets. If the authors and sites allow it you can copy those
and give them to the vets. Ditto info from the sites of the makers
of various testing materials or other related products.

That's pretty much how I'd handle it -- just get the info or tell
where to get it, and let them know that this is hot stuff for them to
enjoy from researchers and other experts. Make it into a gift
rather than anything like a "correction" and it will likley go over.
We've never had anything given that way rejected.