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Indications To Do A Behavior Medical Workup
Problems Indicating Workup***
No Workup Is Routinely Done
Canine Behavior
Aggression; Growling, Snapping, Snarling; Fighting
Coprophagia
Destructive Digging
Destructive Chewing
Escaping
Excessive Licking
Excessive Vocalization; barking,  howling, whining
Excitatory Urination
Fearful of objects
Fearful of other dogs
Fearful of people
Garbage Eating
Housesoiling
Hyperactive
Lack of response to name
Motion Sickness
Mounting
Obsessive Compulsive (Repetitive)
Refuses Grooming
Rolling in Filth
Self Mutilation
Shyness
Stealing Food
Submissive Urination
Toilet Drinking
Urine Marking
Begging
Car Chasing
Charging
Crotch Sniffing
Dislikes the vet/groomer
Disobedient
Jumping Up
Killing Animals (Predatory)
Leash Pulling
Possessive
Puppy Biting
Up on Furniture
Feline Behavior
Aggressive (including biting)
Destructive to Household
Excessive Grooming
Excessive Vocalization
Fearful
Fighting
Finicky
Hissing
Hyperactive
Inappropriate Elimination
Obsessive Compulsive (Repetitive)
Destructive Scratching
Stalks owner
Aloof/Independent
Climbing Curtains
Excessive Kneading And Suckling
Roaming
Up on Counters

 

DVM Newsmagazine, Dec 1999 Page 12S

*  DVM Exam, CBC, Organ Profile, T4, UA, Fecal, and other tests as needed.

** Published in DVM Newsmagazine, Dec 1999 Page 12S
*** For italicized complaints, behavior modification can be attempted first

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