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Notebook: November 2019

This month in Notebook: Mice’s and bats’ brains sync up; the AVMA conducts veterinarian census; tax exemption and overtime changes in 2020; fda grain-based diet investigation update; dogs receives heart ablation; and online ad spending.

February 27, 2019

Highly anticipated 2019 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats released

By three years of age, most dogs and cats have some level of periodontal disease. Not always apparent to pet owners, periodontal disease can cause oral pain, infection, inflammation, and other health problems, decreasing the quality of life for these pets. After a thorough and proper dental procedure, many pet owners report the emergence of a “whole new pet”—one who is happier, healthier, and more active.

Parasites Are on the Move: Are You and Your Clients Ready?

A changing climate is allowing more disease-bearing vectors to move into areas typically less hospitable. But new weather patterns are not the only factor providing easier passage for these parasites. People traveling with their pets, rescued pets moving from one region to another, reforestation, and predator population have roles as well.

Inside AAHA: March 2021

AAHA Vice President Margot K. Vahrenwald, DVM, CVJ, discusses the importance of nutrition conversations. Also: Temple Grandin joins VMI, 2021 AAHA/AAFP Feline Life Stage Guidelines , and Dear AAHA addresses a question about staff privacy.

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