Psychopharmacology for the painful patient including case studies
3:00pm - 3:05pm
Chairman’s closing remarks
About the British Veterinary Behaviour Association
The British Veterinary Behaviour Association has been facilitating the exchange of information, experiences and ideas between its members on behavioural matters for over 20 years.
The British Veterinary Behaviour Association exists to facilitate the exchange of information, experiences and ideas between its members who include veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, students and other paraprofessionals. As an affiliate of the BSAVA we are also involved in producing educational materials and lectures for the veterinary and related professions.
We disseminate information, advise other organisations on issues relating to animal behaviour, and try wherever possible to promote greater understanding of behaviour problems in companion animals.
It is an accepted fact that more pets are put to sleep as a result of unacceptable behaviour than those affected by disease or injury. The more we can educate and influence companion animal behaviour for the better, the greater benefit there is for animal welfare, their owners, and the whole community.
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