"Oh Behave!" A clinical approach to everyone's FAVOURITE topic: Behaviour!!
Speaker: Terry Marie Curtis, DVM, MS, DACVB
Seminar Date: Sunday, October 17, 2021
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Shaw Theatre, NAIT Main Campus, South Learning Centre (X Wing)
Address: 11762 - 106 Street NW Edmonton T5G 2R1
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If in-person CE is not safe, this seminar will be hosted as a webinar; it will be available for streaming at a later date from our video library, in either scenario!
Seminar Topics (SVMA, CVBC, AbVMA-approved for 6 hours CE Credit):
1. Learning & Communication - It's basic. It's everything; 2. Departure/Separation/Confinement Anxiety: It isn't always what you think...; 3. Feline House Soiling - Urinating and defecating outside of the litter box & urine marking; 4. Inter-Dog Aggression: Why dogs fight; 5. Human-Directed Aggression: Why dogs bite people; 6. Top 10 Behaviour Myths: Let's discuss!
Speaker Biography: Dr. Curtis graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. Her veterinary experience & achievements include practice in a feline-only Florida clinic, a residency in Veterinary Behavior at the University of Georgia and a Master of Science in Psychology, investigating grooming behavior in the domestic cat. In 2003, she joined the team at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine – where she is currently adjunct faculty & teaches 2 behavior courses. Dr. Curtis currently does house calls in Florida & South Georgia & is a regular contributor to the annual NAVC-VMX conference. She has authored numerous articles & book chapters in Veterinary Clinics of North America, the 7th Edition of Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult and Decoding Your Cat and was the recipient of the Keuka College Alumni Association Professional Achievement Award in 2018.
EASAV & CAVM Members (including Associate Members*): $105 (Late: $158)
Non-member AHTs: $115 (Late: $158) Non-member vets: $175 (Late: $210)
SPONSORED BY: Virbac