Debbie Martin - Reno 2016
The ideal veterinary model is evolving into one focused on client and patient care. At the same time, veterinary medicine is starting to recognize the importance of animal behavior and welfare. Now is the time for trainers to develop relationships with their local veterinarians, to assist them with clients’ training and behavioral needs as well as staff education. Working together as a behavior team, trainers and vets can have a significant positive effect on pet-retention rates and pet welfare.
This video presentation explores practical tips on how to approach veterinary hospitals. This sometimes means stepping outside of your comfort zone. Debbie also addresses how to triage behavioral concerns, to help you better identify when a veterinarian should be involved in a case. Case examples are also provided.
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