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Common behavioral problems

Common behavioral problems include aggression, elimination disorders, separation anxiety, noise phobia and cat-to-cat aggression.

Using a case approach

All veterinary personnel should be able to use standardized behavior assessment tools and provide general guidance on managing canine and feline behavioral problems. 

Benefits of low-stress handling

Veterinarians who understand that the examination experience can be stressful for their patients and who instead emphasize low-stress handling will increase their credibility with clients. 

Establishing behavior management as a core competency

Companion animal practices that develop behavior management as a core competency have taken an important step toward ensuring that their patients maintain a safe, happy relationship with their owners and live in a low-stress environment.


AAHA behavior management guidelines conclusion.

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