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How do we educate without being judgmental?
Animals can experience mental disease brambell report 1965 disorders anxieties, phobias, dementia, etc. How do we reconcile that the treatments of these disorders are often not considered as important as physical disorders?
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How do we best counsel clients who wish brambell report 1965 keep their dog involved in activities that have great potential to exacerbate behavioral issues?
Ensure your pet is free to express normal behaviors. The ability to express normal behaviors is often problematic, because many normal behaviors are the behaviors that people dislike the most brambell report 1965.
Are they provided with an opportunity to do so on a regular basis? Cats are all too often neglected here. Are they getting ample chase games? Is the environment in which the animals live suitably enriched so that it stimulates their minds?
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Do they search for their food or is it just dropped in a bowl? Do the pets have sufficient interaction with brambell report 1965 members to establish a bond and to provide emotional enrichment?
Are there opportunities to interact with suitable members of their own species, if they choose to do so, in a manner brambell report 1965 is rewarding for all parties? Humans use dogs for a variety of jobs. Is it ethical to put dogs in working situations where they are not allowed to express many normal behaviors for most of their lives?
There are a number of breeds that humans choose to physically alter by docking their tails or cropping their ears.
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Tails and ears are brambell report 1965 tools that dogs use to communicate with one another. Brambell report 1965 your pet is free from fear and distress.
I truly believe that no psychologically healthy human would ever intentionally cause their pet fear or distress. However, a lack of knowledge — or incorrect knowledge — about animal behavior often is a cause of fear and distress in our canine and feline companions.
What can we do to make clients, breeders, shelters, rescues, and veterinarians realize the importance of socialization and habituation? What can we do to help brambell report 1965 clients to be successful in brambell report 1965 their puppies gracefully and gradually without overwhelming them?
Cats have an even earlier socialization period than a dog two to five weeks. How do we make sure that breeders and shelters are aware of this and taking steps to accomplish this?
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Should we be discouraging clients from adopting kittens that have not been properly socialized at this age? What about the feral population?
Is it just kinder to leave them be?
Additionally, many animals brambell report 1965 a more fearful baseline, either due to genetics, prior history, or a combination of both, and with the best of intentions, well-meaning pet owners throw the animals into situations that involve flooding to re-socialize them. How do we decide when enough is enough?
At what point does management become preferable to brambell report 1965 trials of desensitization and counter-conditioning? Dog bites, especially of children, are a significant problem, and are often caused by a dog who is afraid or is otherwise under stress.
In some cases the child is the direct cause of that fear. How do we convince the dog-owning public and the non-dog-owning public of the importance of learning basic canine body language so that many of these bites can be prevented? A lack of adequate physical and mental stimulation can cause a pet to be distressed.
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