Pets behaving badly: Approach to canine and feline behavior problems in general practice

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There are many common issues that owners find problematic with their new puppy or kitten. 

Vets and nurses can play a significant role in educating new pet owners to help understand normal kitten and puppy socialisation and, by teaching socially acceptable behaviour, may help prevent or manage behaviour problems.  

This course aims to give practical advice and  will include creating and managing puppy playgroups in practice, kitten behaviour traits and learning as well as guidance for introducing a new kitten to the household.

Vicky Halls RVN Dip Couns. & Karen Wild BA (Hons) Dip App Psy.
This course is intended for Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Nurses and Practice Team


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