Canine and Feline Behavior: For Veterinary Technicians and Nurses
May 19, 2015cat behavior • cats • dog behavior • dogs • Steve Dale • veterinary technician
Pets die more often of bad behavior or perceived bad behavior than any other reason – even more than cancer or heart disease, and veterinary technician Julie Shaw with a specialty in animal behavior agrees.
Shaw and veterinary technician Debbie Martin co-edited “Canine and Feline Behavior: For Veterinary Technicians and Nurses” and talks about why you do NEED to speak about behavior issues with your pets, especially any changes in behavior. Listen HERE to my conversation with Julie, and lives will be enhanced, even saved, from Steve Dale’s Pet World.
“It is your job to advocate for your pet,” Shaw says.