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Forms: Behavior handouts
Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Client handout: What is good healthcare for cats?

May 1, 2014

Use this handout to talk to clients about what good healthcare means for their cat—in the veterinary hospital and at home.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Client handout: Side effects of clonidine and trazodone

April 1, 2014

If you prescribe one of these two antianxiety drugs, make sure your clients know all they need to know by giving them this handout.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

10 easy steps for housetraining a dog

November 26, 2013

This handout gives pet owners tips to successfully train their dog to eliminate in an acceptable location.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Teaching your puppy the right way to play

July 1, 2013

Puppies can be rough. Teach veterinary clients how to play appropriately with their new friend from the start to ensure a lifetime of safe and happy interactions.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Client form: Questionnaire for patients exhibiting repetitive behaviors

April 1, 2013

Have pet owners fill out this form if their pets are showing sign of a compulsive disorder.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Dos and Don'ts for a smooth veterinary visit

October 1, 2012

Bad patient behavior and scary veterinary visits will be a thing of the past with this handy exam room reference sheet.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

10 situations to avoid if your dog is dominantly aggressive

August 7, 2012

This form provides a reference guide for pet owners dealing with an aggressive dog.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Client handout: Why punishment fails; what works better

August 10, 2011

Use this handout to show clients this should not be the first training method of choice.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Client handout: 10 life-threatening behavior myths in dogs

July 12, 2011

Do your clients hold some of these misconceptions when it comes to dog behavior?

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