Madison, WI April 2, 2016

Madison, WI, April 2, 2016
MVS Continuing Education Symposium
for Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians

Helping Clients with Aggression in Canis lupus familiaris

Health professionals are often expected by the public to have a solution for any and all problems with their pets. But what can veterinarians and veterinary technicians do for clients whose dogs have aggression-related behavioral problems? What can be done in a clinic setting? What needs to be referred out, and to whom? This talk, originally presented at UC-Davis, discusses how vetinary clinics can best help their clients, and become a progressive force for science-based and effective methods that helps dogs and clients alike.

To register, call or email Amanda Reese today! (areese@mvsvets.com / 608-274-7772)

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