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AAHA set for Baltimore debut

January 1, 2005

Denver— The American Animal Hospital Association's (AAHA) meeting for 2005 has a new name, tagline and learning opportunities.

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AAHA endorses AAFP position on feral cats

August 1, 2004

Both associations encourage actions to help resolve massive problem

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AAHA task force to create new diagnostic codes

August 1, 2004

DENVER—The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) formed a task force to develop standard diagnostic codes for the veterinary profession.

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AAHA introduces '04-05 board of directors

May 1, 2004

Denver-The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) introduced its 2004-2005 board of directors at the association's 71st Annual Meeting in Tampa in April.

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Students rank high on AAHA leader's agenda

March 1, 2004

If Dr. Dennis Feinberg, incoming president of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), was allowed to focus energies on just one demographic during his presidential tenure, he's convinced students would win out.

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AAHA eyes spot checks to derail cheaters

March 1, 2004

Cleveland-The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) explores random hospital inspections in an effort to dissuade practitioners from cheating its accreditation system.

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Compliance, welfare frontrunners of AAHA '04 agenda

February 1, 2004

Denver-In 2004, the American Animal Hospital Association's (AAHA) strategic plans feature a multitude of "exciting" projects, according to one industry source.

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AAHA takes stand on animal welfare

December 1, 2003

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) has some choice words to contribute to the evolving animal welfare dialogue.

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Industry, profession questions AAHA vaccine guidelines; minor changes made while confusion grows

July 1, 2003

Cleveland-Just months after the release of the new canine vaccine guidelines, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) has agreed to make two minor revisions and continues to stand behind its recommendations despite some criticism from practitioners and industry.

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