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Clinical behavioral medicine for small animals

Author: Karen L Overall
Publisher: St. Louis : Mosby, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
The book focuses on diagnostic and treatment approaches for the major classes of behaviour problems that are seen in cats and dogs. Each kind of problem, from aggressive behaviour to self-mutilation and elimination disorders is discussed, offering step-by-step guidelines. Contemporary pharmacological treatments are also examined.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen L Overall
ISBN: 0801668204 9780801668203
OCLC Number: 34731581
Description: 544 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The veterinary importance of clinical behavioral medicine --
Epidemiology --
Normal canine behavior --
Normal feline behavior --
Taking the behavioral history --
Canine aggression --
Feline aggression --
Feline elimination disorders --
Canine elimination disorders --
Fears, anxieties, and stereotypies. Miscellaneous behavior problems: Emphasis on management --
Treatment of behavioral problems --
Behavioral pharmacology --
Prevention of behavior problems --
Legal issues in behavioral medicine --
Social work and behavioral problems: Implications for treating the problem pet and for the family.
Responsibility: Karen L. Overall.


Animal behaviour treatment is a growing component in veterinary practice. This is a scientifically-based reference on preventing, diagnosing, and treating behaviour cases. It discusses various kinds  Read more...


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