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Zoonoses and Human Safety

Healthy humans are at very low risk of infectionwith a zoonotic agent through exposure to a healthy cat. 17

What are AAHA Guidelines?

Developed by experts in the profession, AAHA guidelines provide cutting-edge information and frequent updates that help veterinary professionals face the demands of a continually shifting industry to ensure pets receive the best possible care.

End-of-life and euthanasia

During the euthanasia decision-making process and after the decision is made, provide the client with resources about the process and impact of euthanasia on the family and other pets.

Prevention

Because of the high prevalence of overweight pets and the health risks associated with excess body fat (BF), prevention efforts used by the entire veterinary team may positively impact pet health.

Why Clients Will Pay For Telehealth

Telehealth interactions done well can leave pet owners feeling valued and that their pets’ well-being is truly the focus of your practice. This influences client loyalty, which returns significant value through client retention for your practice.

Why guidelines matter

Veterinary practice guidelines, like the  AAHA/IAAHPC End-of-Life Care Guidelines , help ensure that pets get the best possible care. 

Designing a program

The approach to determining the daily caloric goal for weight loss depends on the presentation and history of the patient.

Telehealth Examples

Review the following scenarios. What actions are you already taking? Which others could benefit your practice?

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