Separation Anxiety (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Separation anxiety is estimated to affect as much as 20% of the dog population and can lead to profound suffering in dogs. The destruction and self-harm performed by many of these dogs often leads to a damaged human animal bond, relinquishment and sometimes even euthanasia. This presentation will discuss the diagnosis of separation related problems and the common co morbidities. Management techniques and different forms of non-pharmacological as well as pharmacological interventions will be covered.

Noise Aversions (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Fear of noises is a remarkably common problem in dogs. Sadly, many pet owners do not think to ask their veterinarian for help when they see their pet suffering from severe noise fears that can cause profound suffering for dogs. This presentation will review the problem, the importance of proactive screening, risk factors for the problem and how to diagnose it. Several different treatment options will also be included.

How Emotions Can Impact Feline Health (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Stress in cats is associated with various neurohormonal changes that can have physiological effects that complicate the detection, monitoring, and/or management of disease. However stress can also have a direct impact on clinical disease too and there is increasing evidence of the role of stress as a causative or contributory factor in various diseases including feline idiopathic cystitis, infections, diseases, gastrointestinal disease and dermatological disease. While the role of stress may not always be obvious consideration should be given to environmental modification where stress might be contributory factor.

Keeping Calm Under Pressure: Hypertension & Co-Morbidities in Cats (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

This course will review the difference between primary and secondary hypertension as well as provide tools for the ongoing management and assessment of high blood pressure in cats. We will touch on both environmental and genetic causes for stress and the physiological effects that complicate the detection, monitoring and/or management of stress related diseases.

Puppy Socialization Part 2 (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 0.5 Hour CE Course

Differentiating between normal and abnormal behaviors in puppies is important to allow for fast and early intervention. This lecture reviews our options we have as veterinary teams for intervention when we identify that a puppy’s behavioral development is not going normally.

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