What is the role of pheremones, nutraceuticals and drugs in management of behaviour cases

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The management of behavioural medicine cases relies on a multifactorial approach. The most important thing is to determine the underlying emotional motivation for the behaviour and then implement a programme based on altering that emotion and subsequently the animal’s behavioural response. In addition to behavioural modification based on learning theory it is also helpful to consider adjunctive therapy in the form of pheromones, nutraceuticals and medication. This event if for Veterinary Practice Staff only. tickets are priced at £45.00 per person, but if booked before 31st August 2017 an earlybird price of £35.00 will be available. For details of how to book e mail simon@brvp.co.uk. Speaker Dr Sarah Heath BVSc DipECAWBM(BM) CCAB MRCVS RCVS and European Veterinary Specialist in Behavioural Medicine (Companion Animals)

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