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Ohio, Arizona veterinary hospitals win AAHA Practice of the Year honors

March 28, 2014

Prescott Animal Hospital, MedVet Medical and Cancer Centers for Pets named top accredited practices.

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Partners for Healthy Pets announces growing membership

November 18, 2013

More than 3,500 veterinary practices have also joined PHP consumer campaign.

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Revisions to euthanasia, veterinary dental guidelines released

April 1, 2013

AVMA, AAHA issue updates to practice resources for veterinarians.

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AAHA says veterinary hospitals can grow revenue despite economy

March 20, 2013

Data suggests focusing on clients and preventive care could bring profession an additional $350 million.

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Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare to unveil new data tools for veterinary practices

January 15, 2012

Orlando -- About 59 percent of veterinary professionals responding to a recent survey recognize the economic and health problems associated with the decline in veterinary visits.

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AAHA releases new anesthesia guidelines

December 1, 2011

AAHA offers new guidelines for anesthesizing dogs and cats.

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AAHA acquires My Veterinary Career

October 14, 2011

Lakewood, Colo. -- The American Animal Hospital Assocation (AAHA) has acquired the assets of My Veterinary Career (MVC) in an effort to lower a reported 30 percent rate of turnover in the veterinary profession.

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Veterinary groups form broad coalition to jumpstart visits to veterinarians

July 18, 2011

The number of veterinary visits is falling, and a new partnership of veterinary associations and animal-health companies aims to reverse the trend.

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AAHA sounds off on feral cat study

January 1, 2011

Lincoln, Neb. — A new report advocating shooting as a suitable means of population control for feral cats is drawing the ire of several groups, including the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

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