In this section, you’ll find tools to support you in doing what you do best, namely providing your patients with exceptional care and helping your clients keep their pets healthy, happy and part of their lives… for all of their lives.
September is Animal pain awareness month. We encourage you to use these ready-to-share Facebook posts to help clients better identify signs of pain in their pets.
Help pet owners keep an eye on subtle signs of pain in their cats with this video from Cat Healthy’s Dr. Liz O’Brien
Cats tend to hide their suffering, so your clients might be missing subtle signs of pain or illness in their furry friends. By sharing this short video with them, they will know which behavioural changes to look for and know when it’s time to take their beloved feline for veterinary care.
Ticks, fleas and parasites are a true nuisance for pets and their owners. To makes it easier for clients and veterinarians alike to select the most adequate treatment to control and prevent their occurrence, the Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN) has created a new Anti-Parasitics Table for Dogs and Cats.
Your clients might be surprised to find out that, despite their best efforts and good intentions, something may be missing in their indoor cats' lives: environmental stimulation. In this one-minute video, feline specialist Dr. Kelly St. Denis explains the importance of making sure that indoor cats' environment respects their true nature, and offers practical tips to keep them stimulated and happy.
Incorporating nutritional assessment into regular patient care is critical for maintaining pets' health. To help make it easier for veterinary healthcare teams to perform a complete nutritional assessment of every patient at every visit, the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Global Nutrition Committee has developed a science-based Nutritional Assessment Checklist that is available as a downloadable PDF file.
Raise pet owner awareness about the subtle signs of illness in cats with this video from Cat Healthy's Dr. Liz O'Brien
Because cats are known for being stoic, your clients may be missing subtle signs of pain or illness in their furry felines. Show them this short video that will help them learn what to look for in terms of behavioural changes in their cats so they know when to take them for veterinary care.
April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month. Use Facebook to get owners thinking FIRST AID.
Wish more of your clients would bring their cats in for regular dental check-ups? Show them this 1-minute video, which quickly and clearly explains: why they probably won’t find dental disease on their own; what happens during a professional dental check; and why regular check-ups are so important.