Karen L. Overall, MA, VMD, PhD, DACVB, CAAB
Why and how to investigate your canine patients whose overactivity drives their owners up the walls.
Whether youre trying to prevent distress, alleviate ongoing distress or help dogs and cats not make fearful memories, use this guide to find the right formulation for your patients.
References: Dr. Karen Overall provides a step-by-step plan to reduce fear in your veterinary practice.
This catchall phrase used to describe aggressive behavior in dogs can actually do more harm than good.
Careful observation can provide veterinarians and owners clues about how a dog may react in specific situations.
Research suggests that neutering may help modulate unwanted behaviors and eliminate or reduce the risk of some diseases-but exacerbate other health issues. So consider the favorable and adverse effects of neutering to help veterinary clients make informed decisions.