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August 09, 2018

New from AAHA Press: A report card that’s sure to make the fridge

Why send pet owners home with a report card? To ensure clear communication with our clients, and just maybe steer them away from Dr. Google and back to the practice, according to AAHA Senior Veterinary Officer Heather Loenser, DVM. “There is so much chatter in the space of pet health care recommendations,” says Loenser. “Despite their best intentions

June 06, 2019

Weekly News Roundup 5/31 to 6/6

This week: The real star of Pet Sematary dies, a facial recognition app for finding lost pets, and a cat-killing veterinarian doesn’t get her day in court.

October 31, 2018

A practical guide to veterinary hospital design

Designing animal hospitals is a pretty specific architectural niche. “There are a few firms around the country that do it [but] it’s extremely specialized,” says Sean McMurray. McMurray, AIA, NCARB, is a principal architect and partner at Animal Arts, a Boulder, Colorado-based architecture firm that specializes in designing veterinary hospitals and animal shelters from the ground up. And while a few firms around the country may do it, Animal Arts is arguably the best-known.

June 11, 2019

5 tips to quickly freshen up your practice with paint

Looking for a fast and inexpensive way to refresh your hospital’s interior design? The experts at Animal Arts and authors of the award-winning book, Practical Guide to Veterinary Hospital Design, share five top tips. 1. Consider the animals. Everyone has a favorite color, but did you know that colors that appeal to you may appear dull or visually jarring to animals?

March 20, 2019

Financial and Productivity Pulsepoints: A view from the benchmarking trenches

Benchmarking is a critical part of practice management. And if you’re not comparing your practice’s financial performance to similar practices, you’re curbing your profitability and limiting your hospital’s potential. Financial and Productivity Pulsepoints, Tenth Edition, can help you unleash both.

March 07, 2019

Updated 2019 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines available now; include exclusive new resources

The world of veterinary dentistry is complex and ever changing. To help you navigate it, AHHA has just released an update to the 2013 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats. Created with the goals of decreasing oral pain and improving the quality of life for companion animals, the 2019 AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats help veterinary practitioners expand upon their current client education efforts,

April 06, 2018

All about benchmarking: What it is, how it works, and how AAHA can help you put it to work for your practice

Don’t trust the financial future of your practice to something as arbitrary as your gut. Make sure your business decisions are data driven with AAHA’s Vital Statistics Series. AAHA’s bestselling statistical set—including Compensation and Benefits, Financial and Productivity Pulsepoints, and The Veterinary Fee Reference—delivers the key financial indicators you need to improve your practice’s performance.

January 09, 2018

2018 AAHA Diabetes Management Guidelines now available

Diabetes management can be overwhelming and time-consuming for both pet owners and practitioners. To help with this challenge, AAHA is pleased to release its newly revised Diabetes Management Guidelines. Created with an additional focus on empowering veterinary technicians to be a primary source of education and support for owners of diabetic pets, the 2018 AAHA Diabetes Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats offer

October 25, 2017

What are vaccines, Why do my pets need so many?

You hear these questions from clients all the time. And no matter how often you answer, they can’t keep it straight. It’s too much information, there’s too much going on in the exam room—it’s overwhelming. AAHA’s newly updated brochure, “Vaccinating Your Pet,” can help. It answers these and other common questions, such as

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