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Zoobiquity: Exploring the Connection Between Animal and Human Health

“Zoobiquity”, a term created by cardiologist and author Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD, looks at human health through the lens of what we share with Earth’s...

Beyond cuddles and vaccines: How to create a Fear Free ™...

Getting puppies and kittens started with a Fear Free™ experience takes an active approach at home and at the vet clinic. When we see an...

Award for landmark study on senior cats

This past March, the Morris Animal Foundation awarded its Mark L. Morris Jr. Investigator Award to Dr. Carlo Siracusa, Associate Professor of Clinical Behavior...

Family Dynamics and Pet Health: Creating a Path Towards Sustainable Bonds

Explore how you can help your patients thrive emotionally and physically amid the challenges and changes of living with humans. When contemplating the bond between...

Teaching clients to shine the light of BEAM on their pets’...

Short for Behavior, Energy, Appetite, and Mood, BEAM represents the context of health for each patient. It shifts the client’s focus from current symptoms to...

The benefits of botanicals in canine behavior management

Managing canine behavioral issues often requires a multimodal approach that incorporates environmental modification, behavior training tactics, and therapeutics. For behavior issues stemming from stress...

There are no bad cats: using pheromones to communicate calm

Pheromones are natural chemical signals that animals of the same species use to communicate and interact with one another. Cats and dogs of all...

Young dogs go through moody “adolescent” phase

A UK study has demonstrated that, like human teenagers, dogs go through a moody adolescent stage during puberty. A recent study has demonstrated that, like...

Understanding canine noise phobia

Many clients report fear-based behavioral problems in their dogs, including noise phobia. Understanding underlying reasons can help you determine treatment. Approximately 90 percent of dog...

Building good behavior in your patients – strategies for stocking your...

Most animals are relinquished to shelters due to behavior issues. Help your clients build good behavior in their small animals with these natural solutions. Most...