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Behavior

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FIRSTLINE: Apr 18, 2016
Clickers don't get frustrated and they never, ever sass, shout or dis your dog. Here's how to incorporate them into training at your veterinary practice.
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FIRSTLINE: Apr 08, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Use this tool to help clients understand why dogs bite—and how the team can stop aggressive behavior in its tracks.
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FIRSTLINE: Mar 31, 2016
It sounds too simple to be true, but accommodating a pet’s preferences can help take the scary out of a veterinary visit.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Mar 22, 2016
Luring, capturing, and shaping: Do you know these training techniques?
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FIRSTLINE: Mar 21, 2016
Encourage playful pups to snooze the veterinary visit away with this quick tip.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 02, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Check out this feline-friendly, eco-friendly, budget-friendly approach to create a safe haven for visiting cats at your veterinary practice.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 27, 2016
Are your cat scratch conversations up to scratch? When clients complain about their rat-a-tat-tatty furniture turn the talks toward a paws-itive perspective that offers solutions to soothe kitty's natural inclinations.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 26, 2016
We've ferreted out three top tips to help you educate veterinary clients about their new furry friends. Click, print and share!
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 23, 2015
The trick's in the trick—really! Pets love to show off—and this fun activity just may relax the pet parents at your practice, too!
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 05, 2015
A literal illustration of walking in your veterinary patient’s paws shows a puppy's potentially puzzling experience trying to learn the "sit" command.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 25, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
It's easy as pie to flub a low-stress veterinary visit, as revealed in this recently discovered low-stress training video from the dvm360 film vault.
Nov 20, 2015
Use these quick low-stress tips for pets who aren't food motivated.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 17, 2015
Can you trick pets into thinking the V-E-T word really means spa? A gentle pet massage might be the first step.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 05, 2015
Just because you recently gave up your teddy doesn’t mean your veterinary patients need to let go of their security item. (And if you still sleep with your blankie, don’t worry. We won’t judge.)
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 27, 2015
If you build it, cats will come. Use this wooden bench solution for your feline exam room—and never use the “chase-and-net” technique for catching cats again.