This issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, edited by Elizabeth Stelow, focuses on Behavior as an Illness Indicator, with topics including: Best Practices in Diagnosing Behavior Problems and Developing Plans to Treat Behavior Problems; Separation, Confinement, or Noises; Managing Canine Aggression in the Home; Diagnosing and Treating Cats Who Urinate Outside the Box; Desensitization and Counterconditioning; Diagnosing Behavior Problems in Older Pets; Behavioral Nutraceuticals and Diets; and Advances in Behavioral Psychopharmacology.
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Behavior as an Illness Indicator - Table of Contents
Preface: Behavior as Illness Indicator
Diagnosing Behavior Problems: A Guide for Practitioners
Developing a Plan to Treat Behavior Disorders
Separation, Confinement, or Noises: What Is Scaring That Dog?
Managing Canine Aggression in the Home
Vertical or Horizontal? Diagnosing and Treating Cats Who Urinate Outside the Box
Helping Pet Owners Change Pet Behaviors: An Overview of the Science
Desensitization and Counterconditioning: When and How?
Special Considerations for Diagnosing Behavior Problems in Older Pets
Advances in Behavioral Psychopharmacology
Behavioral Nutraceuticals and Diets