In a typical week, how many times do clients ask about their pets' behavior issues? We imagine it's fairly common. You and your team may be surprised to discover critical yet often unknown facts about pet behavior, and how this information positions you as the most influential veterinary medical professionals in a pet's behavioral health. 

During this Web conference, Emily Levine, DVM, DACVB, MRCVS will provide pet behavior facts along with practical and tangible strategies to implement in your practice on a daily basis. She'll show you and your staff how to play an active role in the prevention of behavior problems, educate clients about behavioral problems, and monitor/identify at-risk patients. And, you'll be introduced to the recently released 2015 AAHA Canine and Feline Behavior Management Guidelines

The first 2,500 registrants will receive a mailed copy of the AAHA Canine and Feline Behavior Management Guidelines Implementation Toolkit

At the conclusion of this free Web conference, you will:

  • Understand what incorporating behavioral medicine really looks like in general practice and why the general practitioner plays a more pivotal role in behavior problems specialists
  • Start implementing behavior medicine into your practice with confidence on a daily basis, and be compelled to do so
  • Understand the basic behavioral needs of your patients
  • Identify clinical signs of patients at risk for behavioral issues

The Core Competency Often Ignored: Incorporating Behavioral Medicine and Care in Daily Practice
September 7-20, 2015
Emily Levine, DVM, DACVB, MRCVS
Sponsored by Ceva, Virbac, and the AAHA Foundation

About the speaker
Emily Levine, DVM, DACVB, MRCVS is a veterinary behaviorist board certified by the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists with a referral practice at Animal Emergency and Referral Associates of New Jersey. She is a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University. After graduation, she spent an additional year in general practice in Arizona before entering a behavioral residency program at Cornell University under the mentorship of Katherine Albro Houpt, VMD, PhD. She continued her studies after her residency program, traveling to the United Kingdom to work with Dr. Daniel Mills at the University of Lincoln. Levine lectures internationally and has written several chapters on behavioral topics for textbooks. She currently lives in Roseland, N.J., with her husband, David; her daughter, Anya; her 12-year-cancer-surviving cat, Little Casanova (AKA L.C.); and Henry, her 8-month-old mixed-breed dog. 

Register for this free Web conference today. 

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