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Do you need a veterinarian who is well versed in various behavior topics for your next Continuing Education Seminar? Check out the AVSAB Speakers Bureau! This is a group of AVSAB members skilled in presenting many aspects of clinical animal behavior to your group.
Local or state Veterinary Medical Associations qualify for either a $350 stipend per calendar year for an in-person lecture, or a $150 stipend per calendar year for a webinar presented by one of our Speakers Bureau members.
Student chapters of AVSAB qualify for either a $350 stipend for an in-person lecture, or 2 $150 stipends for a webinar per calendar year presented by one of our Speakers Bureau members.
If your VMA or SCAVSAB is interested, please contact the AVSAB Executive Director, ([email protected]) to determine your eligibility. The stipend is sent directly to the Speaker following completion and receipt of the post presentation questionnaire.
The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) is a membership-only organization of veterinarians and persons holding a PhD in animal behavior or a related field. It does not confer upon its members any qualifications or presuppose a level of expertise in the field of animal behavior. Behavior consultants are members of AVSAB listed as a courtesy to help pet owners find professionals interested in dealing with behavior problems.
Address: Department of Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology, 1 Shields Ave. Davis California 95616
I am currently Professor of Clinical Animal Behavior, as well as Director of Professional Student Clinical Education, at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. I am board-certified in both veterinary behavior (2001) and veterinary welfare (2014). I received my DVM from the University of Illinois in 1994, and then worked in a small animal exclusive veterinary practice in the Chicago Read more...
Address: 7660 Amador Valley Blvd Dublin California 94568
Dr. Meredith Stepita grew up in Maryland, but now calls Northern California home. She received her DVM from the University of Tennessee in 2006 and then completed an internship in Arizona. After working in general veterinary practice in the Phoenix area she went on to complete a residency in Clinical Veterinary Behavior at the University of California-Davis. Today Dr. Stepita Read more...
Address: 690, Gwonyul-daero, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea Goyang-si Gyeonggi-do 10058
I provide behavior services for dogs with aggression, fear, and anxiety related issues, and cats also with aggression, fear, anxiety, and toileting problems. I am fear free certified veterinarian and CPDT-KA certified. When implementing training to treatment plan, I use reward-based techniques only. Read more...
I provide veterinary behaviour consultations in Strathmore and Calgary, Alberta. I’ve always had an affinity for scared animals and my interest in behaviour continues to grow. I started consulting for behaviour concerns in 2018 and have been building my practice with referrals from colleagues and self-referred clients. I passionately share my knowledge with clients during routine visits and speak about Read more...
Address: 5040 Convoy St San Diego California 92111
Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist providing specialty services based out of San Diego to the Southern California community for over 30 years. Please use our website for further information: www.sdvetbehavior.com Read more...