EJCAP 24(3), Autumn 2014

Calm pets, happy vets

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Socialisation is a unique learning process that enables young animals to better adapt to their future adult social habitat. Behind this apparent behavioural process is a neurologic structuration of...
Separation anxiety is described as problematic behaviour motivated by anxiety that occurs exclusively in the owner’s absence or virtual absence. Anxiety-related disorders and separation anxiety...
As knowledge about the normal behaviour of cats and their social behaviour has increased over the past decades, many beliefs about aggressive behaviours, its causes and management, have...
While cats are often routinely scruffed or stretched for procedures and dogs are frequently forcefully restrained, even for simple procedures such as toenail trims, we know that such handling can...
Noise fears and phobias are unique in behavioural therapy. There is a range of drug treatments, and plenty of evidence that behavioural therapy works and produces lasting benefits. The only remaining...
EJCAP 24(3), Autumn 2014