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Veterinary Visits, Stress, and the Effect of Music on People and Pets

CE Event Information

  • Description:
    A visit to the veterinary office can be stressful for animals and their owners. A recent study examined the effect of classical music on a dog’s behavior and pet owner satisfaction with the veterinary visit. In this specialty update, the findings of this study are revealed along with suggestions for improving on the veterinary visit experience for both the pet and its owner.

    Running time: 11 mins

    Complimentary registration.

  • Sponsor: VetVine
  • Presenter(s): Melissa Bain, DVM, DACVB, DACAW, MS


Featured Publications


The following journal articles or textbook chapters have been selected as Supplements to this event. You can elect to purchase them as part of a discounted seminar package fee.
Prepaid CE Subscribers will be assessed a supplement fee for articles purchased.

  • The Pet-friendly Veterinary Practice: A Guide for Practitioners

    Vet Clin North America Small Anim Pract Vol 44, 2014, pp 451–481. Authors: ME Herron, T Shreyer
    Member fee: $9.95 - Login to purchase and download
  • Stress—Its Effects on Health and Behavior: A Guide for Practitioners

    Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice, Volume 44, Issue 3, May 2014, Pages 525-541. Authors: Daniel Mills, Christos Ka...  more
  • When facing an unfamiliar person, pet dogs present social referencing based on their owners' direction of movement alone

    Animal Behaviour, Volume 113, March 2016, Pages 147-156. Authors: Charlotte Duranton, Thierry Bedossa, Florence Gaunet.
    Member Fee: $10.95 -...  more