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CEVA CE - 1 Hour RACE-Approved Puppy Behavior for the Veterinary Staff - The Young Puppy (8-11 weeks)

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CEVA CE - 1 Hour RACE-Approved Puppy Behavior for the Veterinary Staff - The Young Puppy (8-11 weeks)
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Open Date
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CE Training Opportunities

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Midwest Veterinary Supply

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Ceva Animal Health

Puppy Behavior for the Veterinary Staff
The Young Puppy (8-11 weeks)

Dr. Sally J. Foote, DVM, CABC-IAABC


Dr. Sally J. Foote, DVM, CABC-IAABC

Dr. Sally J. Foote is owner and head veterinarian of Okaw Veterinary Clinic, Tuscola, IL and has practiced in general medicine for over 30 years. After graduating from the University of Illinois in 1984, Dr. Foote pursued a career in general medicine while taking expanded education in small animal behavior. Her certifications include Low Stress Handling Silver Certified, Fear Free professional, Animal Behavior Consultant by the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, and she has completed coursework at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in Veterinary Behavior. Dr. Foote is also currently the President of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior and the Executive Director of CattleDog Publishing.

RACE-Approved, 1 Hour CE Credit


Continuing Education by Ceva Animal Health

Course Overview

Designed for veterinarians and veterinary technicians, this course reviews puppy behavior during the socialization period. Focus will be on the importance of the veterinary staff's role in helping the young puppy become acclimated and keeping the client/pet owners informed as to how to best care for their puppy and train them in these impressionable months.

Course Objectives
At the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the importance of preventing fear or stress during veterinary care at this early age.
  • Know less stressful handling and positive conditioning techniques to use during puppy exams to prevent fear and anxiety.
  • Know how to house train a puppy, and communicate that to a client.
  • Understand the use of pheromones to facilitate puppy socialization, crate acceptance and use during veterinary visits.