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The Emotional Impact of a Pet's Behavior Problem on the Caregiver - Aggression

CE Event Information

  • Description:
    Dealing with an aggressive pet can be a huge stressor on its guardian and/or family. Whether it is a pet that is aggressive towards other animals or humans, there are often complex social and emotional effects on the caretaker of an affected pet.  

    A roundtable discussion of the emotional impact of dealing with a pet with aggression. Our panelists discuss some of the more common challenges faced by these caregivers and some constructive ideas and tips for helping them deal with these emotions and social pressures.

    Running time: 66 mins
  • Sponsor: PetSafe
  • Presenter(s): E'Lise Christensen, DVM, DACVB;, Kristin Buller, MA, LCSW


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