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Treatment of Behavior Problems in Dogs and…

Treatment of Behavior Problems in Dogs and Cats: A Guide for the Small…

by Henry R. Askew

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Thousands of cats and dogs are put down for behaviour problems every year. Vets have had little or no formal behavioural science training and most books and articles on pet behaviour problems have been written by vets with little advanced training in the subject. This book, written by an expert on animal behaviour, describes the new scientific approach to treating dog and cat behaviour problems which began in earnest in the United States twenty years ago and is rapidly spreading to all the world's developed countries… (more)
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