We shared with you last month our excitement about the launch of the Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare. We unveiled the initiative at our annual convention in St. Louis, and our efforts to ensure that pets receive the preventive healthcare they deserve through regular visits to the veterinarian are really picking up steam.
This powerful and unique coalition of 16 organizations will promote guidelines produced by a joint AVMA-American Animal Hospital Association Task Force that will provide the foundation for the veterinary practice team to promote and better practice preventive veterinary medicine. The guidelines will be published in the Sept. 1, 2011, issues of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association.
The ultimate goal of the partnership is to provide you with a complete tool chest of information that helps you better practice preventive pet healthcare, with resources available on everything from vaccinations to dental care and parasite control.
If you want updates on what you can do to promote preventive veterinary pet healthcare with your clients, be sure to visit the Partnership for Preventive Pet Healthcare website. Once you’re there, register with us so that you’ll be the first to know when new guidelines and other practice tools are posted online. Registering is as easy as providing us with your email address.