Sarah Heath

  • Webinar recorded on Sat 21st January, 2017
  • 0 hours 56 mins
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Once an adequate behavioural history has been gathered the next step in addressing any stress component to feline medicine cases is to implement behavioural and environmental modification. The aim is to reduce the impact of any identified stressors. From a feline perspective a perception of control over the physical environment and over their social encounters is paramount and an ability to have free and immediate access to important resources at all times is also important. Modifying the environment such that each social group of cats has a core territory, which is safe, secure and protected from potential invasion is key.

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