Live from the CVC Kansas City: 3 new behavior tools

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Dr. Lisa Radosta presents three tools you can use to help pets be on their best behavior.

Veterinary behaviorist Dr. Lisa Radosta presents three new tools you can use to help patients be on their best behavior.

Dr. Radosta spoke about integrating veterinary behavior into primary care practice and much more Saturday afternoon, Aug. 24, and continues discussing behavior issues and solutions through Sunday morning, Aug. 25, at the CVC in Kansas City.

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