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AAHA's resources on behavior

These materials reflect the best judgment of their authors, which may or may not adhere to the AAHA Guidelines in every detail. It is the prerogati...

Table 5

Cat and dog behaviors appearing during social maturity that should prompt veterinary assessment

Take-home messages

Topics and methods discussed in these guidelines are not part of the traditional curriculum in many veterinary medical schools.

Assembling a support team

Working with a qualified trainer, the role of technicians and specialists in veterinary behavioral medicine.

Changing behaviors

Learning theory, operant conditioning, and classical Pavlovian conditioning are mature sciences and offer a wealth of information to veterinarians.

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