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PVMA CE WEBINAR: Managing Separation Anxiety
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 Export to Your Calendar 12/31/2021
When: 12:00 PM
Where: This is a Zoom webinar - Link to join will be on the confirmation page and email.
United States
Contact: PVMA Membership
717.220.1437


Online registration is available until: 12/31/2021
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Managing Separation Anxiety

As a result of current events, discussions regarding separation anxiety, its causes, prevention and management have become a frequent topic of conversation. Are dogs at an increased risk of developing separation anxiety after having been home full time with their owner for months? If so, can we prevent separation anxiety after schedules change and people return to work or school full time? This presentation will explore these issues and will include possible methods for preventing separation anxiety or distress in dogs, as well as diagnosis and different treatment modalities for preexisting cases of separation anxiety.


This webinar is 1 hour of PA Continuing Education Credit. You will receive a survey after the webinar in your email. You must complete the survey to access a link to download the certificate. Your registration and survey will count as the sign-in sheet for attending.


Cost:

PVMA Members: FREE

Non-Member Support Staff: $10

Non-Member Veterinarians: $25


Speaker:

Valarie Tynes, DVM, DACV Behavior

CEVA Animal Health

 

Dr. Valarie Tynes is a native Texan and received her DVM from Texas A&M University. She worked in private practice for 14 years before returning to academia to pursue a residency in clinical animal behavior at the University of California at Davis in 2000. She has been a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists since 2003 and is currently Immediate Past-President of the College. She is also Board Certified in Animal Welfare. Her special interests are the behavior and welfare of pet pigs, exotic pets and zoo animals. She has been actively involved in the Fear Free initiative since its inception and serves on the Fear Free Speakers Bureau. She is a frequent speaker at veterinary meetings around the world and author of numerous articles and textbook chapters. She joined Ceva Animal Health in October of 2014 as a veterinary services specialist but continues to provide consulting services to zoos.


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