Elizabeth Stelow

DVM, DACVB, University of California, Davis

Elizabeth Stelow, DVM, DACVB, is chief of behavior service at University of California, Davis (UC Davis). Her interests in behavior span most companion mammal and avian species, with a focus on anxiety, aggression, and the human-animal bond. Dr. Stelow received her veterinary degree from UC Davis and served as a relief veterinarian before entering the clinical veterinary behavior residency program. She joined the UC Davis faculty following completion of the residency and board certification in veterinary behavior. Prior to pursuing veterinary training, Dr. Stelow serviced the animal community as public relations director for a large animal shelter in the Los Angeles area. 

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Quiz: Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome in Dogs

Quiz: Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome in Dogs

Behavior changes associated with cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) can be subtle. Use this quiz to sharpen your knowledge of CDS in dogs. 

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