Many cats feel fear, anxiety and stress when being handled and/or approached, which can reduce quality of life and lead to lower-quality medical care. The speaker will discuss tools and techniques to reduce fear, anxiety and stress, making cats more adoptable and likely to stay in long-term, loving homes. The session will cover understanding stress, the consequences of force-based handling and teach basic handling techniques to reduce fear, anxiety and stress for cats in veterinary clinics, shelters and homes.
Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE): This sessions has been approved for 1 credit of CEUs.
National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA): This sessions has been approved for the same amount of credit hours as its length.
International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC): This sessions has been approved for 1 lecture hour of CEUs.
- Tabitha Kucera, CCBC, RVT, KPA-CTP | Owner, Chirrups and Chatter Cat and Dog Behavior Consulting
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