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Client handouts: How to avoid stress triggers for dogs and cats

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Help your veterinary clients create a stress-free environment for their pets by educating them about these top stress triggers.

From the owner's perspective, hugging their cat or dog is a simple act of love, but what many dog and cat owners don't realize is that their gesture of affection could be causing their pet serious stress-and potentially pushing them over the edge into behavior issues.

That's where you come in. Use these handouts to help your veterinary clients understand what they may be doing unknowingly to cause their pet to feel anxious or stressed.

Click here to download the client handout on stress triggers in cats.

Click here to download the client handout on stress triggers in dogs

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