3 Must-sees on problem behavior in companion animals


3 interviews featuring tips and tricks for diagnosing and treating behavioral concerns in dogs and cats.

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According to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), common behavioral problems in canines and felines include aggression, elimination disorders, separation anxiety, noise phobia, and cat-to-cat aggression.1 To help veterinary professionals reduce and resolve these issues, we've selected 3 comprehensive videos featuring expert advice on common causes and treatment approaches for problem behaviors in cats and dogs.

From common veterinary behavior treatment methods to defining feline nuisance behaviors—there’s something for everyone. Happy watching!

  1. Common pharmaceuticals for treating behavior: Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC, outlines medications often used for behavior and why this typically includes Fluoxetine.
  2. Separation anxiety in dogs may affect quality of life: Michelle Graziano, inside sales manager for Assisi Animal Health, shared the science behind canine separation anxiety, why it is trending, plus its overall impact on dogs' well-being.
  3. What are the signs of feline nuisance behavior: Understand the characteristics of feline nuisance behavior and how it often presents in cat patients.


Common behavioral problems. American Animal Hospital Association. Accessed December 15, 2021. https://www.aaha.org/aaha-guidelines/behavior-management/common-behavioral-problems/

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