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2020 AAHA Anesthesia and Monitoring Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

The objective of these guidelines is to make the anesthesia period as safe as possible for dogs and cats while providing a practical framework for delivering anesthesia care before, during, and after the anesthetic procedure. The guidelines are intended to be comprehensive but neither all-inclusive nor a single source for information and clinical recommendations.

Canine devocalization

The American Animal Hospital Association's position regarding canine devocalization.

Sniffing Out Coronavirus: Working Dogs Can Detect COVID-19

When it comes to dogs, the nose knows. That’s why, early on in the pandemic when COVID-19 tests were scarce and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was still tinkering with mask guidance amid a critical shortage of personal protective equipment, small groups of researchers around the world started searching for canine alternatives to traditional COVID-19 screening.

What should I know about my young adult dog?

So, you just used the  AAHA Canine Life Stage Calculator to determine that your dog is in the young adult stage of life. Congr ats! Knowing your dog’s life stage helps you provide a lifetime of optimal care for your pooch.  

What should I know about my puppy?

So, you just used the AAHA Canine Life Stage Calculator to determine that your dog is in the puppy stage of life. Congrats! Knowing your dog’s life stage helps you provide a lifetime of optimal care for your pooch.

What should I know about my senior dog?

So, you just used the AAHA Canine Life Stage Calculator to determine that your dog is in the senior stage of life. Knowing your dog’s life stage helps you provide a lifetime of optimal care.  

What should I know about my mature adult dog?

So, you just used the AAHA Canine Life Stage Calculator to determine that your dog is in the mature adult stage of life. Congrats! Knowing your dog’s life stage helps you provide a lifetime of optimal care.

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