Animal Behavior for Shelter Veterinarians and Staff by Emily Weiss, Heather Mohan-Gibbons, Stephen Zawistowski

By Emily Weiss, Heather Mohan-Gibbons, Stephen Zawistowski

Animal habit for shield Veterinarians and Staff offers and evaluates the on hand study and courses that deal with either animal and human behaviors linked to the consumption, administration and rehoming of puppy and cats.

  • Introductions to puppy and cat habit correct to any animal professional
  • Reviews behavioral purposes for the relinquishment of canine and cats
  • Describes consumption and evaluate protocol, safeguard layout, education and enrichment courses that decrease tension and improve behavioral well-being
  • Concepts to enhance the adoption procedure and help the human-animal bond post-adoption

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