Lecture Rentals - Veterinary Audience
Kelley lectures to veterinarians and veterinary technicians in clinics around the country. You can also rent some of her informative lectures geared for veterinary professional.
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The veterinary clinic can be a scary and stressful place. This lecture discusses the reason why your patients are so stressed and what you can do to reduce their stress to ensure a happier and safer patient.
Many dogs experience fear in a variety of situations for a variety of reasons and sometimes their fear can reach a phobic level. This lecture discusses ways to help dogs experiencing these negative emotions.
The veterinary office is the first place that new puppy and kitten owners seek advice. It's critical that you have the knowledge to advise them about the important behavioral considerations for animals of this age. This lecture will provide you with that knowledge.
Dogs and cats speak with their bodies and they are always telling us how they feel at any given moment. Veterinarians and veterinary technicians need to be able to recognize the signals that their patients are giving so that they can reduce any stress and fear the animal is experiencing during their visit.
Separation anxiety is a common behavioral condition in this highly social animal and both dogs and their owners suffer from this anxiety disorder. Veterinarians and technicians need to learn how to help their clients resolve this issue to relieve that suffering. This lecture provides you with the information you need to help your clients with separation anxiety dogs.
Many cat owners experience behavior problems with their cats and come to you for advice. Certainly a complete physical exam is important to rule out medical problems, but when none are found you will need to give your clients the behavioral advice they need to resolve their cat's issue. This lecture discusses all the most common problematic behaviors we see in cats.
Many dog owners struggling with the behavior of their dogs come to you for advice. This lecture will provide you with the information you need to help your clients resolve some of the most common problem behaviors in dogs - from barking to jumping to pulling on the leash.