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Articles by Wayne L. Hunthausen, DVM

Wayne L. Hunthausen, DVM


Animal Behavior Consultations
Westwood Animal Hospital
4820 Rainbow Blvd.
Westwood, KS 66205

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3 ways to address canine fear-related aggression in your clinic
December 1, 2012

Dr. Wayne Hunthausen will help you treat—and prevent—fear-related aggression in all your canine patients.

Advising clients on treating or euthanizing pets with behavior problems
November 1, 2011

Our Practitioner Advisory Board weighs in on this critical topic.

Teaching your new puppy the right way to play (PDF)
December 17, 2007

Puppies can play rough. So to ensure a lifetime of safe and happy interactions, learn how to play appropriately with your new puppy from the start.

CVC Central 2007 Highlights: Counseling new puppy owners: Normal play vs. aggressive tendencies
December 1, 2007

Many owners begin their relationship with new puppies armed with misinformation and an idealistic view of the pet-owner relationship. Owners often don't know how to properly shape behaviors or handle problems, and one area that needs special attention is play aggression.

How do you manage puppies that are being housetrained but consistently defecate in their crates? (2:45)
July 17, 2007

Dr. Hunthausen explains how to help dog owners deal with this frustrating situation.

Benzodiazepine and canine separation anxiety (1:40)
May 14, 2007

Dr. Hunthausen explains why you should consider adding a benzodiazepine during the initial treatment of canine separation anxiety.

Teaching a puppy to sit and come on command (2:15)
April 12, 2007

Dr. Hunthausen demonstrates how to teach a puppy to sit and come on command.

How to distract a puppy during physical exam and vaccination (2:40)
January 10, 2007

Dr. Wayne Hunthausen offers his recommendations for making the first puppy visit a smooth one.

Helping owners handle aggressive cats
November 1, 2006

To help aggressive cats and the families that own them, veterinarians must rule out medical problems, take a complete history, make a sound diagnosis, and provide sensible advice.

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