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3. What is APTA? org/about/ whatisapta, 2001. Referral letter. 4. About the American Veterinary Medical Association. asp, 2001 5. North American Veterinary Technician Association: A regulated profession. net 2001. 6. Veterinary Technician Specialties. navta. htm, 2001. S e c t i o n II BASIC CONCEPTS OF VETERINARY MEDICINE C h a p t e r 4 Canine Behavior Daniel Q. Estep Several things must occur to achieve the goals of physical rehabilitation. First, there must be effective communication between the person doing the rehabilitation and the canine patient.
Lyme, Conn, 1995, Greenwich Publishing Group. 2. The guide to physical therapist practice, ed 2 Phys Ther 81:21-22, 2001. 3. What is APTA? org/about/ whatisapta, 2001. Referral letter. 4. About the American Veterinary Medical Association. asp, 2001 5. North American Veterinary Technician Association: A regulated profession. net 2001. 6. Veterinary Technician Specialties. navta. htm, 2001. S e c t i o n II BASIC CONCEPTS OF VETERINARY MEDICINE C h a p t e r 4 Canine Behavior Daniel Q. Estep Several things must occur to achieve the goals of physical rehabilitation.
In some cases these behaviors are intended as communication signals, such as a growl. In other cases, they are not intended as communication, but still reveal the emotions and motivations of a dog. An example might be a dog that is shaking with fear. Box 4-1 describes the specific body posture elements and sounds that will be most commonly seen in rehabilitation settings. There is great variability among dogs, and not all dogs display all of the elements. There is no single element that reliably indicates a dog’s motivation or intentions.