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Approach to the apparently healthy senior pet

The purposes of clinical screening of healthy pets are to establish a baseline assessment for future comparison and to detect subclinical abnormalities at a time when preventive and therapeutic intervention may have the most benefit.

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2014 AAHA Weight Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats Therapy  download center 

Implementation toolkit

Implementation toolkit for 2016 AAHA/IAAHPC End-of-Life Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.

Why guidelines matter

Veterinary practice guidelines, including the  2014 AAHA Weight Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats , help ensure that pets get the best possible care.

Vaccine handling & storage

For how long can a reconstituted modified-live virus (MLV) vaccine remain at room temperature without losing activity?

Managing dogs overdue for vaccines

How many doses of vaccine should be given to a dog presented for their initial vaccine series if the patient is older than 16 weeks of age?


Kittens will have different health risks depending on their lifestyle and history, including exposure to other cats and the level of care provided. Vaccination and parasite control history, health status of related cats, if known, and clinical signs of upper respiratory or parasitic disease are all important areas of focus.

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