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Evidence-based wellness

Although the panel's objective to provide evidence-based guidelines for health care related to life stage was not fully realized, the profession...

Minimum database by life stage

Although specific data documenting benefits are not available, the panel concluded that regular wellness examinations and collection of the minimum...

Minimum databases for life stages

Routine tests such as the minimum database may be helpful for the wellness evaluation of any age dog, but are particularly important for the mature...

Behavior awareness

Developmental periods do not start and end abruptly, but rather phase in and out gradually. A checklist of items to discuss with each client based ...

Nutrition

The veterinary team is the preferred source of nutritional information and has a key role in advising clients about the quality and safety of food...

Dental care

With appropriate care, oral and dental disease and the associated pain may be either prevented or minimized. With so many dogs affected, dental car...

Zoonotic disease

Veterinarians play a crucial role in protecting dogs, their families, and the public. Routine testing to screen healthy pets for zoonotic disease o...

Safety

Safety hazards vary with life stage and lifestyle, as well as with impairments of mobility, hearing, or sight. Guide the client in identifying and...

Reproductive health

At the initial puppy visit, discuss the dog’s reproductive future. Monitor older dogs for neoplasms of the reproductive organs.

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