“A Focus on Pet Behavior and Practice” Program is focused on the Entire Veterinary Hospital Team All SCVMA
“A Focus on Pet Behavior and Practice”
Program is focused on the Entire Veterinary Hospital Team
All SCVMA team members encouraged to attend
VIRTUALLY via ZOOM
Room available at 845 AM
Lectures starting promptly at 900 AM
3 hours LIVE INTERACTIVE California Statutorily Approved CE credits
Creating Happier Vet Visits in the Time of Covid
Curbside service and other changes associated with the Covid pandemic have resulted in some big changes in the way we see patients. Separating pets from their owners can increase anxiety from the moment we reach for them to the moment we begin the examination. In this session:
Recognize the early signs of fear and anxiety.
Understand that the different ways in which different animals cope with stress is critical if we are going to decrease the patients fear of the veterinary visit and keep the veterinary team safe.
Learn how to use a low stress approach, pheromones and appropriate food rewards so we can make the visit easier on everyone and bond pet owners to our practice.
Preventive Behavior Care for the General Practitioner
Pet behavior problems are a leading cause of patient loss and yet many of these problems are preventable. This presentation will focus on:
How to educate pet owners about normal pet behavior within the limits of an average veterinary appointment.
The basic principles of safe and effective behavior modification.
The most common issues facing owners of new puppies and kittens as well as some common-sense approaches to dealing with them
Speaker: Valarie V. Tynes, DVM, DACVB, DACAW Dr. Valarie Tynes is a native Texan and received her DVM from Texas A&M University. She worked in private practice for 14 years before returning to academia to pursue a residency in clinical animal behavior at the University of California at Davis in 2000. She has been a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists since 2003 and is also Board Certified in Animal Welfare. She is a frequent speaker at veterinary meetings around the world and author of numerous articles and textbook chapters. She joined Ceva Animal Health in October of 2014 as a veterinary services specialist.
Limited to 150 attendees. Thus, there will be $50 charge for those that register and DO NOT attend the event on 7/18/2021
Allyne Moon, RVT, CCFPmembershipdesk@scvma.org 5576 Corporate Ave, Cypress, CA 90630