Sharon L. Crowell-Davis, DVM, PhD, DACVB
Benzodiazepines: pros and cons (Proceedings)
Used to treat anxiety and phobias in all species and treat behavioral disorders in which anxiety is a contributing factor.
Compulsive disorder: a multi-species problem (Proceedings)
Compulsive behaviors seem abnormal because they are displayed out of context and are often repetitive, exaggerated or sustained.
Elimination Behavior Problems in dogs: the behavioral differential diagnosis (Proceedings)
There is probably not one simple answer to the how and why of separation anxiety!
The behavioral history: what do you need to know? (Proceedings)
How motivated are the owners to resolve the problem? (How much time, effort and money are they willing to put into treatment?)
Ethical dilemmas and legal issues in veterinary behavior cases (Proceedings)
That branch of veterinary medicine which deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of behavior problems in non-human animals.
The lioness behind the chair: human-directed aggression in cats (Proceedings)
Play aggression is a common problem and more likely in young cats.