Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats

Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats

By Karen Overall, MA, VMD, PhD, DACVB, CAAB


Part One: Understanding Behavior: Modern Paradigms

1. Embracing Behavior as a Core Discipline: Creating the Behavior-Centered Practice

2. The Science and Theory Underlying Behavioral Medicine: Terminology, Diagnosis, Mechanism and the Importance of Understanding Reactivity

3. Changing Behavior: Roles for Learning, Negotiated Settlements, and Individualized Treatment Plans

Part Two: Canine Behavior

4. Normal Canine Behavior and Ontogeny: Neurological and Social Development, Signaling and Normal Canine Behaviors

5. Problematic Canine Behaviors: Roles for Undesirable, Odd and Management-related Concerns

6. Abnormal Canine Behaviors and Behavioral Pathologies Involving Aggression

7. Abnormal Canine Behaviors and Behavioral Pathologies Not Primarily Involving Pathological Aggression

Part Three: Feline Behavior

8. Normal Feline Behavior and Ontogeny: Neurological and Social Development, Signaling and Normal Feline Behaviors

9. Undesirable, Problematic, and Abnormal Feline Behavior and Behavioral Pathologies

Part Four: Behavioral Supplements and Medications

10. Pharmacological Approaches to Changing Behavior and Neurochemistry: Roles for Diet, Supplements, Nutraceuticals and Medication

Part Five: Supplemental Materials

References

Protocols and Questionnaires

 

DVD contents

Humane Behavioral Care for Dogs: Problem Prevention and Treatment