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Offering Behavior Medicine - ELesson 17


Your Mission this month - should you choose to accept - is to learn
how to offer behavior medicine with the support of your assigned Veterinary Behavior Consultant and Veterinary Behavior Technician.
 

Some pets, like humans, need medication to reduce anxiety while learning new behaviors. Other pets have imbalances in their brain chemistry and need the benefit of medication  to live happier, less stressful lives.

 

Dr. Tripp says, "Take a behavior history before you take a life!" Too many pets are surrendered and euthanized due to misunderstood pet behaviors that could have been resolved.

 

Support close relationships between pets and families. Find out if there are any unwanted pet behaviors. If simple, enroll in the ECourse, if severe or complex, recommend a pet behavior history analysis and consultation for the pet parent.  Then, simply call or fax 1-800-372-3706 (ph/fax) to provide the pet parent name, phone number, email (if you have one) pet name, and behavior issue. A Veterinary Behavior Technician contacts your pet parents to explain and offer pet behavior help.
 

Your location can also send pet parents information about behavior services using the online Client Entry Wizard.  If you select "Pet Analysis" the pet parent will receive information on how the Analysis can help.


Questions?  Need Help?  Call or Email me today!


Serving pets, people and professionals!

Kristen White, BS, RVT
Veterinary Behavior Technician
Services Director
1-800-372-3706

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Pet Behavior Medicine

Learn how to offer Behavior Medicine.  Your assigned Veterinary Behavior Consultant and Veterinary Behavior Technician support your success by offering (Analysis and Supervision) services to your clients on your behalf (that are not practical to offer in the general veterinary practice). Request Dr. Rolan Tripp by calling the Antech Doctor Consult Line to discuss lab work.

Read, Behavior Medicine Basics
Read, Indications to do Behavior Diagnostics
Read, Behavior Medicine Work-up
Read,
Behavior Medical Services Suggestions
Read,
Behavior Drugs And Dosages
Read,
Behavior
Medication Placebo Intro
Read,
Leukocyte Responses
Read, Glossary of Terms

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