AAHA Nutritional Assessment Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

The American Animal Hospital Association recommends 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. It requires little to no additional time or cost. Other language versions include Spanish, French and Japanese.

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WSAVA Nutritional Assessment Guidelines for Dogs and Cats

A global initiative to standardize five vital signs as part of the standard physical examination for all small animals. These are: Temperature, Pulse, Respiration, Pain assessment and Nutritional assessment. Other language versions include Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.

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"Clinical Nutrition: Putting the AAHA Guidelines into Practice"

A 60-minute Web conference from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) called "Clinical Nutrition: Putting the AAHA Guidelines into Practice". Focuses on applicable tips for practicing clinical nutrition and using case examples to demonstrate application of the Guidelines. Facilitated by Dr. Julie Churchill, veterinary nutritionist and Associate Clinical Professor at University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. CE credit available.

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