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By Julie Shaw, Debbie Martin

Canine and tom cat habit for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses presents the veterinary technician with an outstanding starting place in behavioral medication. Designed as a regular source for interacting with and instructing puppy proprietors, the ebook familiarizes readers with the behavioral, psychological, and emotional wishes of canines and cats. dogs and pussycat habit for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses bargains an entire consultant to the technician's position in behavioral preventive providers and the way to aid the veterinarian with behavioral intervention.

Covering the jobs of animal habit execs, common improvement of canine and cats, and the human-animal bond, the ebook contains correlations from human psychological healthiness care all through. The booklet encompasses studying thought, preventive behavioral providers, standardized habit amendment phrases and strategies, and veterinary habit pharmacology. canines and tom cat habit for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses is a vital source for veterinary technicians to gain their complete power and develop into a pivotal part of the behavioral wellbeing and fitness care group for dogs and tom cat sufferers.

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Graduate of an AVMA-approved Veterinary Technician program and/or credentialed to practice as a veterinary technician in some state or province of the United States, Canada, or other country. 2. Member of NAVTA and SVBT. 3. Three years (a minimum of 4000 h) work experience or its equivalent in the field of animal behavior, clinical, or research based. All experience must be completed within the last 5 years before application. 4. A minimum of 40 continuing education (CE) hours related to veterinary behavior, animal behavior, or behavioral research 5 years immediately before submitting the application.

Instructing and assisting puppy socialization classes can be extremely enjoyable and rewarding for the veterinary technician. Puppy socialization classes are discussed in more detail in Chapter 7. 13 Exploration and desensitization to the veterinary hospital and staff using treats. CHAPTER 1 should demonstrate the behavior modification exercises with the pet. While the pet is given something enjoyable to do, the veterinary technician can give feedback to the client. Always offer verbal encouragement regarding two or three things the client did well, then discuss alternatives for problem areas.

Physical examination reveals pain and aggression with flexing and extending the coxofemoral joint. Radiographs suggest severe hip dysplasia. A veterinary diagnosis of pain-induced aggression is made. Concurrent behavioral and medical treatment is required. Case 3 Duke is a 4-year old, male intact Boxer. The owners report they cannot trim Duke’s nails and would like to be able to do so. Upon questioning the owners, the veterinary technician is told the owners have been bitten not only when trimming Duke’s nails, but also when they have hugged him.

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