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August 08, 2017

Improve your preventive care with free, online tools

Benjamin Franklin once said: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” That is as true today as it was then and can be applied to pet health and the preventive care of your clients.

December 19, 2017

What's new with PHP in 2017

As we begin Partners for Healthy Pets’ (PHP) sixth year of existence, we want to thank you for helping us stay true to our mission of ensuring that pets receive the preventive healthcare they deserve through regular visits to a veterinarian.

March 22, 2016

Success stories offer direction with preventive healthcare

A preventive healthcare program enables a practice to take its patient care to the next level. But where do you begin? And how do you assess the value of the tools and resources available? Talk with your peers. Practices across the country are using tools and resources offered by Partners for Healthy Pets (PHP), an alliance of 100+ veterinary associations, veterinary colleges, and animal health companies focused on preventive care led by AAHA and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

October 03, 2016

Sponsored: Anti-emetics are standard of care in preventing chemotherapy related vomiting

The use of chemotherapeutic agents for cancer treatment has long been a common approach in treating veterinary patients. Access to more sophisticated diagnostics and treatments have increased over time, and more pet owners are willing to seek advanced care when pets are diagnosed with cancer. Clinicians now have a broader range of options to offer from conventional chemotherapy to radiation therapy to targeted approaches such as the use of tyrosine kinase inhibitors.

August 31, 2018

The evolution of feline hypertension

Hypertension is a common clinical problem in aged cats and most often develops secondary to other diseases, such as chronic kidney disease (CKD) and hyperthyroidism, and is classified as secondary hypertension. In about 20% of cases, however, no specific disease is identified, and the condition is referred to as idiopathic hypertension.

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