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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.

Conclusion

This article highlights the importance of weight management and is meant to aid in the implementation of successful weight management programs.

Summary

Every primary-care companion animal practice will encounter canine and feline oncology cases. A successful, full-service practice should be prepared to diagnose, stage, and treat cancer in dogs and cats, and should have a relationship with veterinary oncology specialists for purposes of selective case referrals.

Implementation toolkit

2014 AAHA Weight Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats Therapy implementation toolkit 

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