Clients gravitate toward home-cooked pet diets for many reasons. We put together some client handouts that can help aid your conversations on homemade nutrition.
Kent, a nine-year-old male neutered Labrador retriever, presented with acute pain on the left front shoulder after slipping on the owner’s hardwood floors while playing with their other two dogs.
Jeff Cheek, LVT, steps in wherever needed and works tirelessly to help All Creatures Animal Hospital succeed in these trying times.
AAHA board director Mark Thompson, DVM, CCRP, weighs in on wellness plans and their importance to veterinary practices. Also in this issue: Ideas for using the AAHA publicity toolbox, a call to connect on the accredited member Facebook page, call for Practice of the Year award entries, Dear AAHA recommends resources for waiver forms, and a primer on AAHA guidelines.
Spaying and neutering cats before five months of age has become the accepted norm, thanks in part to the “Fix Felines by Five” Initiative.
The most effective way to prevent anesthesia complications is to establish anesthetic processes organized into checklists that ensure adequate preparation of the patient and equipment, minimize the chance for human error, and prevent omission of steps that could impact anesthetic safety.
Are your clients headed back to the office? We’ve gathered some resources to help you easily chat with them about separation anxiety, from spotting the signs to next steps.
The veterinary profession prides itself on addressing the health and welfare needs of its patients but that’s not always the case with employees. Professionals we talked with pointed out the impacts of these experiences and how change is overdue.
With more than 18 million adults identifying as part of the LGBTQIA+ community, and 7 out of 10 being pet owners, adopting inclusive policies can lead to greater client satisfaction.
Lillie Davis, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology): From the housing projects in the Bronx to becoming one of the only Black female veterinary oncologists.