Bad pet training advice abounds, and when you see it being implemented by your clients it can be tricky to know what to do. According to veterinary behaviorist Dr. E’Lise Christensen, the key is to start with a question, not correction.
Veterinary behaviorist John Ciribassi, DVM, DACVB, shared thoughts at Fetch dvm360 San Diego on the reasons cats get aggressive and how veterinary professionals can help clients deal.
Pet expert Steve Dale and pain management guru Dr. Robin Downing offer insight on some alternatives to feline onychectomy that you can share with your clients.
But you can educate your well-meaning veterinary clients on how to use them in the most rewarding way.
Weve all been there—trying our best to coax a terrified patient to relax so we can attempt a physical exam or blood draw or ... anything.
A new study tests whether miniature pigs reach the same psychic wavelength that dogs share with humans, and how the two species differ in their ability to relate to us.
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