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Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats

The veterinarian’s reliable tool for helping clients resolve pet behavior problems! Written by well-known veterinary behavior specialist Dr. Karen Overall, this comprehensive resource explains the underlying causes of undesirable behaviors in dogs and cats and provides proven behavior modification techniques. A companion DVD offers five in-depth questionnaires to help you gather valuable information from clients, as well as 45 client instruction handouts and a 30-minute video demonstrating behavior modification techniques for clients to use with their pets. From digging and barking to biting and anxiety - and everything in between - Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats has what you need to help clients manage their pets’ behavior issues and live with them in harmony.

Paperback, 832 Pages

Published: June 2013

Imprint: Mosby

ISBN: 978-0-323-00890-7

Contents

  • Part One: Understanding Behavior: Modern Paradigms
    1. Embracing Behavior as a Core Discipline: Creating the Behavior-Centered Practice
    2. The Science and Theory Underlying Behavioral Medicine: Terminology, Diagnosis, Mechanism and the Importance of Understanding Reactivity
    3. Changing Behavior: Roles for Learning, Negotiated Settlements, and Individualized Treatment Plans        
    Part Two: Canine Behavior
    4. Normal Canine Behavior and Ontogeny: Neurological and Social Development, Signaling and Normal Canine Behaviors
    5. Problematic Canine Behaviors: Roles for Undesirable, Odd and Management-related Concerns
    6. Abnormal Canine Behaviors and Behavioral Pathologies Involving Aggression
    7. Abnormal Canine Behaviors and Behavioral Pathologies Not Primarily Involving Pathological Aggression           
    Part Three: Feline Behavior
    8. Normal Feline Behavior and Ontogeny: Neurological and Social Development, Signaling and Normal Feline Behaviors
    9. Undesirable, Problematic, and Abnormal Feline Behavior and Behavioral Pathologies
    Part Four: Behavioral Supplements and Medications
    10. Pharmacological Approaches to Changing Behavior and Neurochemistry: Roles for Diet, Supplements, Nutraceuticals and Medication
    Part Five: Supplemental Materials
    References
    Protocols and Questionnaires


    DVD contents
    Humane Behavioral Care for Dogs: Problem Prevention and Treatment
    • 30- minute video with audio commentary from the author demonstrating techniques
    • Questionnaires and protocols

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