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Articles by William Fortney, DVM

Managing common behavioral changes in older pets (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2008

Definite personality changes and behavioral problems can be extremely challenging to the practitioner and extremely frustrating to the client.

Evaluating normal neonates (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2008

The neonatal development can be divide into specific time periods; the neonatal period (birth - 2 weeks); the transitional period (2-4 weeks); the socialization period (4 -12 weeks), and the juvenile period (12 weeks - puberty).

Aging process: Why pets age and how we can influence the process (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2008

In the last AVMA pet owner survey, more than 39% of the owned pet population were 7 years of age or older and these percentages continue to grow.

Implementing a senior care program in your practice (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2008

A Senior Care Program provides a proactive comprehensive health care platform that addresses the older patient's special needs in a marketable package.

Caring and feeding orphaned puppies and kittens (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2008

The goal of orphan puppy and kitten care is to maximize the health, well being, and socialization of the puppy or kitten until they can be adopted.

Managing and treating sick neonates (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2008

The goal of neonatal care is to maximize the health and well being of the newborn puppy and kitten.

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