Training in ethology for veterinarians

What is it about?

– TRAINING IN ETHOLOGY FOR VETERINARIANS –

It is very important to be able to have the correct notions or bases on clinical ethology as veterinary professionals (both veterinarians and veterinary technical assistants).

It is the way that everyone can work in the same direction when it comes to helping owners with behavioral problems and the welfare of their animal companions.

What benefits can you get?

– TRAINING IN ETHOLOGY FOR VETERINARIANS – 

Always offering the appropriate information to the owners is the key to prevent or help them to take the first step to treat the behavior problems that their animal companions have and to help improve animal welfare within consultation.

Thus we will have clear concepts such as:

  • What is the best way to behave if an animal is fearful or aggressive in the veterinary center?
  • What behavioral signs will we have to take into account in animals that present stress, anxiety or fear within the veterinary center?
  • What exactly is positive education?
  • To which professionals should we refer cases of behavior problems?
  • What is the difference between a trainer, educator and ethologist?
  • What is the best drug to administer to a dog with fear according to the type of fear it presents and according to the situation?
  • What advice should we give an owner with a puppy?
  • Can a puppy be taken for a walk before the first vaccinations?
  • Could we better adapt our center according to feline and canine needs without the need for works?

What does it include?

– TRAINING IN ETHOLOGY FOR VETERINARIANS – 

TRAINING IN VETERINARY ETHOLOGY

To the staff of your veterinary clinic or hospital (veterinarians and assistants)

PROJECTS IN VETERINARY ETHOLOGY

According to the needs of the veterinary center or hospital

More information

– TRAINING IN ETHOLOGY FOR VETERINARIANS – 

To be agreed depending on whether specific training or continuous training is required.

To be agreed according to the type of service required.

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