What happens when the highest standards of veterinary excellence meet a game-changing approach focused on emotional wellbeing? Together, they set the bar for the best in veterinary practice.

Ready to take the “pet” out of “petrified” and get pets back into your practice?

Now through December 15, 2016, AAHA and Fear Free are excited to offer accredited practices and team members 25–35 percent off the Fear Free Certification Program.

Need a little extra incentive? Here are three great reasons you and your practice team should become certified:

  • Reduce or remove anxiety triggers for your patients: Nobody gets into veterinary medicine to make life worse for animals. Fear Free certification ensures you and your hospital team are educated and trained to look after both the physical and emotional wellbeing of the pets in your care.
  • Enhance the quality of medicine in your practice: When pets are happy and calm instead of fearful, anxious, and stressed, vital signs are more reflective of the pet’s condition, blood chemistries are more accurate, and the physical exam is more thorough. Immunosuppression, which can affect immunity and healing, is also reduced.
  • Increase your profits: Fear Free certification can be both financially and emotionally rewarding. Many Fear Free practices have reported considerable client growth since implementing the program.

To learn more and redeem this offer, visit fearfreepets.com/aaha.

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