Cooperative Veterinary Care
March 2018, Wiley-Blackwell
Cooperative Veterinary Care is the first book to cover training methods for improving cooperation and compliance in veterinary patients, using learning theory to bring about behavior modification.
- Presents cooperative behavior techniques for calming the reactive patient and reducing stress
- Provides guidance on how to identify stress and fear aggression in patients
- Includes step-by-step guides with photographs on how to train animals to accept voluntary veterinary care for everyday procedures
Alicea Howell, BS, RVT, VTS, KPA CTP, veterinary technician specialist in behavior at Hillview Veterinary Clinic in Franklin, Indiana, USA.
Monique Feyrecilde, BA, LVT, VTS, is a veterinary technician specialist in behavior. She is a full-time veterinary technician at Mercer Island Veterinary Clinic in Mercer Island, Washington, USA and owns a consulting business called Teaching Animals.