Lisa Radosta, DVM, DACVB

Dr. Radosta is the owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service in West Palm Beach, Florida. She completed a residency in behavioral medicine at University of Pennsylvania where she received two national research awards. She has authored textbook chapters; writes a column for the Palm Beach Post and podcasts CE for VetGirl. She has published research papers on thyroid disease and clinician client communication and has lectured across the country and internationally. She is the behavior section editor for Small Animal Advances in Medicine and Surgery, sits on the American Animal Hospital Association Behavior Management Guidelines Task Force and the Fear Free Advisory Board.


A behaviorists favorite resources for veterinarians, team members and pet owners

Heres a list of my favorite books and websites for veterinarians, veterinary team members and/or pet owners to cover the most common or difficult behavioral issues.

Team tool: Help veterinary clients find a dog trainer in 4 easy steps

As a veterinary professional, you've probably witnessed poor training here, there, everywhere. Which is why you know that an experienced, qualified dog training professional is hugely valuable to dog owners and can make a world of difference for your canine patients. Use this tool to help lead veterinary clients in the right direction.

A truly magic potion: Lets talk pre-visit pharmaceuticals

Dealing with pre-veterinary visit pharmaceuticals requires good decision making, excellent guidelines and, sure, just a touch of magic.

Veterinarians can miss these two signs of behavior disorders

Puppies and kittens who exhibit straight-up fear or wont investigate stimuli after being startled are outliers in need of treatment, says Fetch dvm360 conference speaker and veterinary behaviorist Dr. Lisa Radosta.