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Behavior

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FIRSTLINE: Jul 14, 2017
1. Stop staring so much at cats, dogs. (Seriously) 2. Step up. Those patients need your advocacy!
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FIRSTLINE: May 30, 2017
Check out these veterinary nutraceuticals designed to give pets—and their owners—peace of mind.
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FIRSTLINE: May 18, 2017
CVC Educator John Ciribassi, DVM, DACVB, offers up advice on handling these difficult doggy interactions at CVC. Get a sneak visual peek here.
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FIRSTLINE: May 12, 2017
I spent $82.97 on cat food puzzles. Here's what I learned.
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FIRSTLINE: May 12, 2017
Sit. Stay. Play! Food puzzles are a practical tool to help create a comfortable, Fear Free veterinary visits.
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FIRSTLINE: Apr 18, 2017
I didn't believe a lower stress approach could make a difference in our veterinary practice … until CVC made a convert of our assistant manager. Here's what we've learned in the process (and how my skepticism has turned to genuine appreciation).
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FIRSTLINE: Apr 18, 2017
CVC educator Dr. E’Lise Christensen, DACVB, offers at-home behavior modification strategies veterinarians and team members can offer to clients.
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VETTED: Apr 04, 2017
When it comes to complex matters such as cognitive flexibility, a new study shows that bumblebees are smarter than we think.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 13, 2017
Technician utilization and Fear Free are in the spotlight in this installment.
Dec 29, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
Many myths exist about canine behavior, and your veterinary team needs to understand why your practice believes in—and recommends—behavior counseling for happier pet families. This team meeting, sponsored by VPL, will get your entire team on the same page—for less stress and calmer dogs!
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 14, 2016
Patients will tell you plenty about their emotional state if you simply pay attention.
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VETTED: Dec 14, 2016
We peer into our crystal ball to find veterinary products that will help your clients prevent medical problems related to inappropriate elimination.
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FIRSTLINE: Dec 09, 2016
Your emotional intelligence is key to becoming an effective leader at your veterinary practice. CVC Speaker Betsy Charles, DVM, MA, offers steps to get started on your journey.