||A two-day, single-track conference featuring speakers discussing the latest science, treatments and protocols for managing and modifying behavior in domestic cats, and will provide much-needed information and peer support (and CEUs!) to those working with cats - or wanting to work with cats - and their people.
There are more cats than dogs in US households, yet their behavioral needs are largely unaddressed. We welcome both professionals already working with cats, and professionals working with dogs who want to know more about how to recognize and address issues with cats in the homes we’re so often already visiting while working with dogs.
Dr. Sharon Crowel-Davis DVM, PhD, DACVB
But I thought your ankle was a mouse!: Human-directed aggression in the cat
Social organization and communication in the cat
Psychopharmacology: Understanding the medications the veterinarian prescribes, including legal and ethical issues regarding their use
Dr. Lynne Seibert DVM, PhD, DACVB
Approach and management of over-grooming in cats (case-based compulsive grooming issues)
Help for aging cats: behavioral, environmental, and medical management
Also scheduled to appear but not confirmed are:
Dr. Tony Buffington DVM, MS, PhD Diplomate ACVN, Mikel Delgado, Leticia Dantes-Divers DVM, DACVB, and more
For reservations call 1-800-554-0055 through (March 27, 2015 and tell them you’re with IAABC. EARLY BIRD RATES END MARCH 15TH. There are no group discounts.
IAABC and CCPDT CEUS will be available.
Live streaming and/or recording of the event is not yet available. We’re working on it, but may not be able to provide it.