Behavior concerns are the number-one cause for pet relinquishment. Through preventive behavior services, veterinary technicians can help preserve the human–animal bond.

Technician-Driven Preventive Behavior Services

Behavior concerns are the number-one cause for pet relinquishment. Through preventive behavior services, veterinary technicians can help preserve the human–animal bond.

September/October 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 5

The Veterinary Technician’s Role in Implementing Fear Free

The Veterinary Technician’s Role in Implementing Fear Free

Currently, Fear Freesm certification is only possible for individuals; however, starting in 2018, veterinary hospitals will be able to become Fear Free certified. Learn how you can play a role in decreasing patient stress to improve patient care.

July/August 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 4

Puppies for the Holidays: Keeping Them Fear Free℠

Puppies for the Holidays: Keeping Them Fear Free℠

Inevitably, January brings new patients that were given as gifts for the holidays. Help your clients get their new puppies off to a good start in the family and at the clinic with advice on positive training techniques.

January/February 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 1


Structuring a Course for Dogs with Fireworks Anxiety

If your clinic is overwhelmed with anxious dogs—and their owners—during noisy holidays, check out Esther Klok’s ingenious solution to the problem of New Year’s fireworks!

January/February 2017 | Volume 2, Issue 1