Stress- and Anxiety-Induced Behavior Issues in CatsNow Available on Demand
(Sponsored by CEVA Sante Animale)
A free web event presented by Debra Horwitz, DVM, DACVB.
Jul 24, 2009
CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA
Approximately 45 minutes followed by a 15-minute Q&A.
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Registration is accepted online only. Once you complete the registration information you will receive an e-mail confirmation with your username for the event.
Discussion topics include:
Many facets of living in the human household can create anxiety and stress for our companion cats, including schedule changes, new family members, and other animals inside and outside of the home. This can result in unwanted feline behaviors.
With an understanding of normal feline behavior, veterinary healthcare professionals can help cat owners create a better home environment for their pet.
Environmental manipulations, pheromones, behavior modification, and, if necessary, medication all work together to create a less stressful environment for our feline companions.