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How To Set Up a Treatment Station for Your Pet

All pets will need grooming and veterinary care at some point in their lives. Setting up a predictable treatment station for your pet will help decrease stress.

When Excitement Causes Your Dog to Tinkle: Conflict (Submissive) and Excitement Urination

Does your dog suddenly lose control of their bladder when you get home? Or when you lean over to pet them, or while greeting visitors? This behavior may be excitement or conflict urination.

Medical Management of Behavioral Conditions

When treating behavioral conditions, your veterinarian can choose from a variety of medications and create a personalized treatment plan.

Do Dogs Grieve?

When a family dog dies, you may wonder how your other dog is feeling.

Tackling The Vacuum Villain

Many dogs leave the room as soon as the “vacuum villain” shows up. They may tremble in fear, slink off to the couch to hide, or even bite or bark at the vacuum to make it go away. Why do dogs fear the vacuum?

Hyperesthesia Syndrome in Cats

Feline Hyperesthesia syndrome (FHS) means “too much feeling”, hyperesthesia is the opposite of anesthesia which means a lack of feeling or no sensation at all.

Low Stress Handling® Silver-Level Certification

Individual Certification at this level demonstrates to clients and employers the individual’s dedicated interest in Low Stress Handling®. Hospital Certification at this level demonstrates to clients and staff the hospital’s commitment to appropriately training staff in Low Stress Handling® methods.

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