Guidelines are offered to guide the veterinary practitioner in designing a comprehensive, individualized wellness plan for each stage of a dog’s life. Life stages are defined by both age and breed characteristics for practical purposes.
This updated, two-in-one form facilitates thorough assessments before—and close monitoring after—any anesthetic or sedation event. When completed, it creates a first-rate medical record, too. Designed by an American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia-boarded veterinarian.
How do I housetrain my puppy? Why is my cat destroying my sofa? So many questions, so little time. With easy-to-understand text and engaging illustrations, this set of brochures explains to your clients the mysteries of pet behavior and offers practical strategies for preventing or correcting problems. The AAHA Pet Behavior brochures, developed by a team of veterinarians and certified veterinary behaviorists, have been recently updated to reflect best practices as outlined in the 2015 AAHA Canine and Feline Behavior Management Guidelines.
For best results for your patients and your practice, client communication should be clear and consistent throughout the practice. Your front-office staff should feel just as informed and empowered as your technicians and associates when talking to clients.