Our online courses are available to students at a discounted rate to learn hands-on handling techniques while receiving continuing education credits. Our courses are useful for your future career goals and they also look great on a resume!
The Nerdbook was created by Dr. Yin when she was going through school. Its compact structure and abundant information is a go-to resource during any student’s academic experience.
The Low Stress Handling®Restraint and Behavior Modification of Cats and Dogs book is a great beginning guide to what Low Stress Handling is and how to actively apply the techniques in a hospital or clinic setting.
As a future veterinary professional, you are dedicated to giving the best care to the animals in your care. These DVDs are a great asset to both you and your career.
The expertise of leading professionals in their respective fields is at your fingertips. These articles are for students who want to build their arsenal of useful animal handling and training information.
World Rabies Day: How Vaccinations Can Stop Epidemics
When you live in a country such as the United States, where vaccination of dogs and cats is common, at least in your neighborhood, it can be easy to forget that there’s a reason why we vaccinate. The core vaccines we provide to our pets were invented in response to specific fatal outbreaks and epidemics
Tactile Learning & Low Stress Handling: The Step from Learning to Doing
As I am leading handling labs in Low Stress Handling, I have come to realize the tremendous impact hands-on learning has to actually feeling confident using Low Stress handling techniques. This type of learning is also called tactile learning – because you literally feel the process of what you are learning. When I think about providing health care to animals, it is primarily based on touch.
Building A Low Stress Clinic
Featured Low Stress Handling Clinic:Zionsville Country Veterinary Clinic (Whitestown, IN) I met Dr. Shari Lyons many years ago at a women’s veterinary practice owners retreat in Louisville, Kentucky. I lost touch with her over the years, but we reconnected when she contacted me about bringing more Low Stress Handling® training into her clinic. As a
Animal Trainers and Behaviorists: Licensing and Certification
You should find a good trainer.” How many times have we heard this advice but don’t know exactly who to turn to? When one of my dogs began exhibiting aggressive behavior, many people told me that I should “find” a behaviorist, as if it were a simple, ordinary task and that all I had to
Organization for Low Stress Success
1. Have a shelf with a variety of treats following the hierarchy of rewards and offer hypoallergenic ones. Break the treats into small pieces, the size of a Cheerio and store in jars. You want to deliver rewards frequently and in small tidbits. (Okaw Veterinary Clinic, Tuscola IL) LowStressSuccess2
What Is Cooperative Care in Veterinary Medicine?
Animal behavior is a crucial aspect of veterinary care. Whether your pet has pain or just “ain’t doing right,” the pet’s behavior, body language, and overall demeanor is part of obtaining a thorough and precise physical examination. Without this type of examination, symptoms and diagnoses may be missed that could make or break the treatment