Latest book review is out: Clinical behavioral medicine for small animals

Book review announcement on manual for behavioural medicine
By Laure-Anne Visele, October 2014

About the author

IMG_6639I am the co-founder and head trainer at OhMyDog! (dog training school in The Hague) and run a behaviour therapy practice at Canis bonus. I graduated in Zoology, certified in dog training, and got a postgrad specialization in applied animal behaviour. When I am not training or rehabilitating dogs, I obsessively review dog books and write about dog behaviour for my own blog and other websites.

Clinical behavioral medicine for small animals

Overall Clinical 1e‘Clinical…’ is a class is among vets and trainers dealing with dog behaviour problems. It’s a tough read though: it’s thick, it’s dense, and it’s – well – clinical. Over the years, it has gone on to acquire DSM-like fame (the DSM is the diagnostic classification manual for human psychological/psychiatric disorders). More reference material rather than bedside reading, ‘Clinical…’ is a complete must-have for the dog behaviour professional who wants a diagnosis-treatment approach to his/her interventions.

You can read the full review here

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