AAHA recently updated the 2018 AAHA Diabetes Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats . Here’s a quick look at what’s changed—and what hasn’t.
You won’t find this particular tip in the 2021 AAHA Nutrition and Weight Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats —not in so many words, anyway . . .
No two dogs are alike, and their veterinary care should be as individualized as they are. To help veterinary practitioners tailor the care they provide each patient and efficiently guide preventive healthcare strategies based on each canine patient’s unique needs, AAHA has released the 2019 AAHA Canine Life Stage Guidelines .
The first update of the guidelines since 2015 includes some big changes.
These conversations aren’t just for veterinarians—they’re for veterinary professionals in all roles, from client care to practice owner. There’s valuable information and insights here for every member of the hospital team.
Most people know that the Veterinarian’s Oath focuses on caring for animals and protecting animal welfare. But there is also a very important line in the Oath: a newly minted veterinarian must also swear to benefit society through “the promotion of public health.”
The 2021 AAHA/AAFP Feline Life Stage Guidelines are here, and there’s plenty that's new.
Would you know how to treat a highly trained bomb-sniffing dog who’s having a bout of explosive diarrhea? Here’s a tip—resist the impulse to reach for the metronidazole.
This month, AAHA and the AVMA released the 2021 AAHA/AVMA Telehealth Guidelines for Small-Animal Practice , a step-by-step roadmap for how to incorporate telehealth effectively and efficiently into veterinary practices.
“The cool thing about the weight-loss plan generator is that veterinarians or technicians can use it to generate a nutrition prescription,” says Caitlin DeWilde, DVM.