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A look into Leilani Alvarez's upcoming Fetch lectures: Part 1

Downtown Charlotte, NC

During this interview, new Fetch dvm360® faculty, Leilani Alvarez, DVM, DACVSMR, reflects on how she and Steve Dale, CABC, decided to present a first-of-its-kind talk.

During an interview with dvm360®, Leilani Alvarez, DVM, DACVSMR, Director of the Tina Santi Flaherty Rehabilitation and Fitness Service at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, shared how she and fellow presenter and dvm360® Fetch faculty member, Steve Dale, CABC, were inspired to deliver the upcoming lecture, "Pain Can Be Heeled: Multimodal Now Includes Dog Training."

Through this first-of-its-kind talk, the duo aims to inform attendees on how behavior and rehabilitation can foster better outcomes and protect patients from injury.

View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript.

Leilani Alvarez, DVM, DACVSMR: I was telling [Steve Dale, CABC] what I do, and I was excited to meet a behaviorist because I told him I am often referring to behaviorists. He was like, 'why would you be referring to behaviorists,' and I was like, 'oh my gosh you have no idea, my patients are always getting injured because they don't behave well.' And it was like the lightbulbs went off in his head and he said, 'we should talk about this.'

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