Don't Delay - Top Tips For Early Intervention In Behaviour Cases

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About the course

All too often veterinary patients only receive appropriate help with their emotional health when the consequences of their behaviour become too serious to ignore. Examples include cats that are spraying, dogs that are biting, parrots with no feathers left on their body and rabbits fighting to the point of injury. In many cases the signs of comprimised emotional health have been present for some time but have been over looked or misinterpreted, whilst in others a mistaken belief that the pet will 'grow out of it' has caused the delay in taking action. This webinar aims to improve understanding of emotional health and species specific communication in was ways in which can help veterinary practice to improve early detection of problems and thereby enable more successful early intervention.
Tickets are priced at £30.00 via email Simon Discounts available for multiple bookings, DEIP members and BASS members.

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