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Quiz: Examination Room Behavior Cases

Leslie Sinn, CPDT-KA, DVM, DACVB, Behavior Solutions for Pets, Hamilton, Virginia

Behavior

|December 2019|Peer Reviewed|Web-Exclusive

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Quiz: Examination Room Behavior Cases

Fear and anxiety are under-recognized and pervasive problems in veterinary medicine. Many dogs show signs of fear and anxiety on presentation to the clinic, with ≈14% needing to be carried into the practice.1 Almost 80% show behavioral signs of fear and anxiety when placed on the examination table.1 Common signs of distress include panting, lip licking, dilated pupils, avoiding eye contact, refusing to take treats, crouching, freezing, darting, hiding, and, in some situations, fear-based aggression.

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Was the interaction between the client services representative (CSR) and the arriving pet owner and her dog ideal?

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How many fearful behaviors does the dog exhibit?

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Based on your observation of the dog’s fearful behaviors, how anxious/worried does the dog appear?

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