Companion animal behaviour therapy is an area of veterinary expertise that has expanded dramatically over the last few years, yet there are still few scientifically based text books on the subject. This book will be a comprehensive textbook for students and professionals, providing the basic concepts needed to solve behaviour problems in companion animals. By concentrating on the principles that underlie the development of both normal and abnormal behaviours, the reader will develop an understanding of how behaviour problems arise, and a rational method of approaching the treatment of them.
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Sarah Heath worked in a mixed general veterinary practice after graduating from Bristol University but gradually developed her special interest in animal behavior. She now runs her own practice and behavioral consultancy and also lectures at the Royal Veterinary College and works as a visiting behavior counsellor at Bristol University. A founder member of the veterinary-based Companion Animal Behavior Therapy Study Group, she was the first veterinary member of the Association of Pet Behavior Counselors. She contributes regularly to a number of magazines and appears on television as an animal behavior expert.
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