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Live from the CVC Kansas City: 3 new behavior tools
VETERINARY MEDICINE - August 25, 2013
Dr. Lisa Radosta presents three tools you can use to help pets be on their best behavior.
Giving treats for behavior modification training: 3 simple tips
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - August 24, 2013
These three simple tips can make or break a veterinary client's behavior modification training session.
Live from CVC: An often-missed sign of fear in dogs
DVM360 MAGAZINE - August 24, 2013
Behaviorist Dr. Sophia Yin offers an important tip, brought to you by dvm360's Kristi Reimer.
Novartis issues alert to veterinarians regarding Clomicalm
DVM360 MAGAZINE - February 1, 2012
East Hanover, N.J. -- Novartis Animal Health is warning veterinarians of a "rare possibility" that a wrong tablet might be found in some 30-count bottles of Clomicalm® (clomipramine hydrochloride) tablets.
Live from the CVC Kansas City: 3 new behavior tools
VETERINARY MEDICINE - August 25, 2013
Dr. Lisa Radosta presents three tools you can use to help pets be on their best behavior.
Live from CVC: An often-missed sign of fear in dogs
Behaviorist Dr. Sophia Yin offers an important tip, brought to you by dvm360's Kristi Reimer.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - August 24, 2013
Behaviorist Dr. Sophia Yin offers an important tip, brought to you by dvm360's Kristi Reimer.
Giving treats for behavior modification training: 3 simple tips
These three simple tips can make or break a veterinary client's behavior modification training session.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - August 24, 2013
These three simple tips can make or break a veterinary client's behavior modification training session.
Video: When dogs talk
Study suggests food guarding ranks as most universally understood communications cue among dogs
DVM360 MAGAZINE
A new study takes a look at how dogs respond to different growls.
BizQuiz: Are you behaving well in the exam room?
DVM360 MAGAZINE
Fearful and anxious pets require a gentle approach by you and your staff to minimize and hopefully reduce the pet's fear and prevent escalation. Test yourself against the advice of two skilled veterinarians, and see if you and your team members are doing all you can to increase safety for veterinary personnel and owners and enhance dogs' emotional well being in your exam room.
Just Ask the Expert: What to do about a biting bird
VETERINARY MEDICINE
Q: A client told me that when he holds his pet bird in his hand and it bites, he corrects the bird by flinging it off his hand and onto the floor. What should I advise this client as far as this method of correcting the bird?
Learning principles and communication: A positive and scientific approach (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
Many pet owners are misinformed or naive when it comes to understanding canine behavior and training.
Can fighting cats learn to live in harmony? (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
A cat may become fearful, anxious or highly aroused in situations that are unpredictable, those that have been previously fear evoking, or when there is a perceived threat.
Drugs and natural therapeutics – an evidence-based approach (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
Psychotropic drugs and natural alternatives might be used to help reduce the signs associated with phobic, panic or chronic anxiety states and to improve trainability especially in situations where the pet is too anxious, fearful or impulsive to control its responses.
Self-trauma in dogs and cats: Is it medical or is it behavioral? (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
Monitoring and assessing behavioral signs is a critical component of every veterinary visit.

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