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Referral and Consultation

These guidelines were created by an American Animal Hospital Association task force charged with developing detailed and specific referral guidelines for companion animal practices addressing all matters of communication between those veterinarians referring and those receiving patients.

Vaccine adverse reactions

Is it appropriate to reduce the volume of an individual dose of parenteral vaccine when vaccinating small breed dogs?

Why guidelines matter

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


Practitioners can develop individualized vaccination protocols consisting of core vaccines (rabies virus, feline herpesvirus type 1 [FHV-1], feline calicivirus [FCV], and feline panleukopenia virus [FPV]) and non-core vaccines based on exposure and susceptibility risk as defined by the patient’s life stage, lifestyle, and place of origin as well as by environmental and epidemiologic factors.

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