Trends®

February 2022

Inside AAHA: February 2022

Trends

February 2022

Inside AAHA: February 2022

AAHA Vice President Margot Vahrenwald, DVM, CVJ, discusses remote monitoring. Also in Inside AAHA, the AAHA Board of Directors is looking for new members, and Dear AAHA wants to answer your questions.

Notebook: February 2022

Trends

February 2022

Notebook: February 2022

News briefs from across the industry and beyond. This month includes articles about: DogPhone enables your dog to call you; Household noises trigger stress in dogs; 4 steps to protect small business networks against ransomware; Service dogs alleviate PTSD in veterans; Cats mentally map unseen owner’s location; Action is essential for workplace allyship; 5 VMG-CVPM Scholarship awardees; Parallels in canine and human oral tumors; New LINAC at U Florida CVM treats animals

12 Ways to Fill Openings and Retain Clients

Trends

February 2022

12 Ways to Fill Openings and Retain Clients

Staff shortages mean long hours and frustrated clients. Here are some creative solutions you can implement to boost morale and thwart burnout.

Leading the Way

Trends

February 2022

Leading the Way

Meet Adam Hechko, DVM, AAHA’s new president, who took the reins as the veterinary industry began navigating its second pandemic year.

Meteoric Rise

Trends

February 2022

Meteoric Rise

AAHA named ZimmVet in Zimmerman, Minnesota the 2021 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year. This profile interviews a client, the practice owner and team members about what makes ZimmVet special (spoiler alert: teamwork, high-quality care, innovative programs and allowing certified veterinary technicians to practice at the top of their skillset).

Saving the Canine’s Canine

Trends

February 2022

Saving the Canine’s Canine

A 24 kg female spayed four-year-old standard poodle presented for a second opinion to see if anything could be done to save the left maxillary canine affected by advanced periodontal disease.

Remote Patient Monitoring

Trends

February 2022

Remote Patient Monitoring

Remote Patient Monitoring is a growing branch of telehealth. In human medicine, this is commonly seen when monitoring glucose levels in diabetic patients, blood-oxygen levels, pulse, blood pressure, and so on. In veterinary medicine the idea is the same.

Pain Management Case of the Month: Harley

Trends

February 2022

Pain Management Case of the Month: Harley

An 8-year-old male neutered Tibetan terrier, 17 kg, was presented to the family veterinarian for lethargy and ataxia for the past two days. Harley had previously seen another vet when his owners were at their cottage, who prescribed meloxicam and gabapentin, unknown dosages. His owner reported that Harley had not had a bowel movement in two days.

Employee of the Month, February2022

Trends

February 2022

Employee of the Month, February2022

Melita Pinkston started out as a technician assistant, but worked her way up to Technician Manager at The Village Vets in Decatur, Georgia.

Close

Subscribe to NEWStat