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Nutritional Assessment Guidelines French Color (PDF)

The American Animal Hospital Association recommends these nutritional assessment guidelines because good nutrition enhances pets' quality and quantity of life, and is integral to optimal animal care. Incorporating nutritional assessment into regular animal care is critical for maintaining pets' health, as well as their response to disease and injury. These guidelines have been translated into French thanks to a generous educational grant from Hill's Pet Nutrition.

Nutritional Assessment Guidelines Japanese Color (PDF)

The American Animal Hospital Association recommends these nutritional assessment guidelines because good nutrition enhances pets' quality and quantity of life, and is integral to optimal animal care. Incorporating nutritional assessment into regular animal care is critical for maintaining pets' health, as well as their response to disease and injury. These guidelines have been translated into Japanese thanks to a generous educational grant from Hill's Pet Nutrition.

Nutritional Assessment Guidelines Spanish Color (PDF)

The American Animal Hospital Association recommends these nutritional assessment guidelines because good nutrition enhances pets' quality and quantity of life, and is integral to optimal animal care. Incorporating nutritional assessment into regular animal care is critical for maintaining pets' health, as well as their response to disease and injury. These guidelines have been translated into Spanish thanks to a generous educational grant from Hill's Pet Nutrition.

June 21, 2019

Studies show that pets in the workplace are good business

Studies continue to show that allowing employees to bring their pets to work is good business because it’s good for employee morale, and that’s good for the bottom line. And there’s no better time to take note of that than today—the 21st annual Take Your Dog to Work Day (TYDTWD).

January 13, 2020

TRENDS IN YOUR INBOX: More Ways to Pay—How Expanding Payment Options for Your Clients Is Good Business

Each month in NEWStat , we highlight an article from the upcoming issue of Trends magazine. Offering multiple payment options to clients can help forge stronger relationships, create a more profitable and efficient business, and ultimately let you focus on providing quality veterinary care. This article discusses the various ways clients can pay, including pet insurance, wellness plans, nonprofit programs, and payment plans.

More Ways to Pay: How Expanding Payment Options for Your Clients Is Good Business

Offering multiple payment options to clients can help forge stronger relationships, create a more profitable and efficient business, and ultimately let you focus on providing quality veterinary care. This article discusses the various ways clients can pay, including pet insurance, wellness plans, nonprofit programs, and payment plans.

March 04, 2020

Weekly News Roundup 2/28 to 3/5

This week: Pet insurance payouts hit new highs, heat-seeking dog noses, and UC Davis named top veterinary school (again).

AAHA Senior Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

This paper provides a working framework for enhancing the well-being of senior pet dogs and cats. Approaches to screening the medical status of senior pets are described in detail, with particular emphasis on establishing baseline data in healthy animals, the testing of clinically ill animals, and assessing senior pets prior to anesthesia and surgery. The management of pain and distress and the application of hospice and palliative care are addressed. Advice on ways to approach euthanasia and dealing with end-of-life issues is also provided.

2014 AAHA Weight Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

Communicating and implementing a weight management program for dogs and cats can be a challenging endeavor for veterinarians, but a rewarding one. An effective individualized weight loss program provides a consistent and healthy rate of weight loss to reduce risk of disease, prevent malnutrition, and improve quality of life. Weight loss is achieved with appropriate caloric restriction, diet selection, exercise, and strategies to help modify behavior of both the pet and client. This document offers guidelines and tools for the management of weight loss and long-term maintenance of healthy weight.

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