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Resident Rounds

Fall is a good time to be in California! This September, ten behavior residents had the opportunity to attend a week-long course focused on food animal behavior and welfare hosted and organized by Dr. Melissa Bain DACVB, DACAW at UC Davis. The residents had the opportunity to learn from members

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Canadian Parrot Symposium

While surfing the internet for blogging ideas, I came across this compilation of information. Common Pitfalls Encountered When Modifying Avian Behavior by Chris Davis Understanding Companion Bird Behavior: A New Paradigm Behavior Modification to Enhance the Human/Pet Parrot Relationship by Chris Davis Demystifying Pet Bird Behavior by

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Fear vs. Respect

Dr. Lisa Radosta DACVB has a blog called Purely Puppy.  In this one, she goes over the difference between our dogs respecting us and fearing us. Here is the link to her blog, Fear vs Respect.

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SCAVSAB Activities

While the Behavior Medicine Club at UC Davis won the 2012 Student Chapter Awards, other SCAVSAB clubs also sported an impressive number and variety of activities.  Here’s an example of what the St. Matthew’s University student chapter was up to during the 2011-2012 school year. The St.

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2012 AVSAB Student Chapter Award

This year, AVSAB had a record number of student chapters (17) with many groups being quite active. The winner of this year’s award, The Behavior Medicine Club at UC Davis, was particularly outstanding. The club reduced costs for speakers by collaborating with other veterinary student clubs and

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2012 AVSAB Student Chapter Award

This year, AVSAB had a record number of student chapters (17) with many groups being quite active. The winner of this year’s award, The Behavior Medicine Club at UC Davis, was particularly outstanding. The club reduced costs for speakers by collaborating with other veterinary student clubs and

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