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Hill’s supports the American Association of Feline Practitioner’s Cat Friendly Practice Program. The Cat Friendly Practice program seeks to transform and elevate the delivery of feline veterinary care.
As part of its commitment to pet health and nutrition, Hill's Pet Nutrition is proudly sponsoring the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America's National Veterinary Technician Week. This year's theme, "Pets and Vets need Techs," celebrates veterinary technicians' daily work for clients and patients.
Partners for Healthy Pets offers tools and resources to enhance the overall vitality of pets and veterinary practices, the delivery of preventive healthcare services, and communication with pet owners about the value of routine care.
The Pet Nutrition Alliance exists to promote the importance of nutrition as an integral and essential component of providing optimal health care for healthy, sick, and injured pets.
Four lucky North American vet health care team members are driving away with brand new smart® cars after winning the grand prize in the Hill’s® Drive Nutrition Sweepstakes 2012.
The electronic Hill's Key to Clinical Nutrition provides essential information on how to make the most effective use of Hill's expertise in the nutritional management of healthy, at-risk and sick pets, and includes features requested by veterinary professionals.
Veterinary health care teams already know about T-P-R – temperature, pulse, respiration and pain. You record those four vital assessments at every patient exam. The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) now considers nutrition the 5th Vital Assessment. Find out how to easily incorporate it into your exams.
The Wall Street Journal reports on a recent survey by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention that found that more than half of dogs and cats in the United States are overweight, while 20 percent are considered obese — 30 percent above their normal weight.
In collaboration with Hill's, the AAHA is offering a full-day event where the entire health care team can learn how to better communicate the best nutritional approach for each patient and earn seven CE credits in the process.
Utilize Pet Owner Guides, pet behavior guidelines and additional information to help clients understand your recommendations.
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To slow down a ravenous eater sprinkle dog or cat kibble on a large cookie sheet. It forces the pet to eat at a slower pace.
~Jennifer M., Chandler, AZ