Feline Aggression with Dr. Pike

Amy L. Pike, DVM, DACVB, Animal Behavior Wellness Center, Fairfax, Virginia

ArticleLast Updated January 2022Listen

In this episode, host Alyssa Watson, DVM, welcomes back Amy L. Pike, DVM, DACVB, to talk about her recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Feline Aggression.” We’ve covered dogs, now it is time to take on cats. Dr. Pike sorts feline aggression cases into two categories: human-directed and feline-related. And while the triggers for each category may be different, Dr. Pike teaches us how to help all of these frustrated felines by applying the same three-step approach.

About Our Guest

Amy L. Pike, DVM, DACVB, is owner of the Animal Behavior Wellness Center in Fairfax, Virginia. She earned her DVM from Colorado State University. Dr. Pike was a captain in the US Army Veterinary Corps and was responsible for US customs and border patrol horses as well as military working dogs. She has since worked exclusively in small animal practices, with intense focus on canine and feline behavior, and has been board certified since 2015.

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