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All references used in the creation of the 2022 AAHA Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.  

AAHA Senior Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats FAQs

The guidelines provide an educational tool to broaden the profession's understanding of optimal senior care. Likewise these guidelines provide a means for practitioners to illustrate to pet owners the importance of senior care, as well as define what constitutes optimal senior care.

External Marketing

When marketing to your clients through social media, newsletters, email blasts, fliers, blogs, or direct mail, the benefits fall into four categories.

2005 AAHA Senior Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

The term “senior” has been chosen to describe the aging and older pet. The number of years considered to be “senior” may vary, and one must keep in mind that organ systems, species, and breeds of dogs age at different rates.

Therapeutic modalities: adjunctive therapy

Adjunctive therapies have long been used as a means of improving the quality of life in veterinary cancer patients and are now an accepted component of oncology case management. Because the quality of their pet’s life is usually the owner’s first concern, decisions on primary and adjunctive therapies should not only consider disease factors but also the owner’s goals, preferences, and limitations.

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