Drug Therapy for Canine Behavior Problems: What, When, Why and How

Duration: 2hr 8min

This is an overview lecture geared toward the behavior consultant on discussing aspects of pharmacological intervention for behavior problems in dogs.  Topics covered include when to refer for medication, potential benefits and side effects, and common uses for various medications.




Dr. Lore Haug

Dr. Haug is currently in private practice in the Houston, Texas area. Prior to that, she was a lecturer with the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, at Texas A&M University. Dr. Haug received her DVM at Texas A&M University in 1993 and an MS in Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 2003. She is board certified through the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists, has her CPDT designation, and is endorsed by NADOI.

In addition to working for a major university, Dr. Haug has worked in veterinary clinics, so she has a good understanding of the practical issues of veterinarians and trainers. Dr. Haug currently spends 75% of her clinical time lecturing professional students in the areas of general and behavioral medicine. She also teaches didactic electives in the field of animal behavior for year 1-3 professional students. Dr. Haug has written numerous professional articles, client protocols, is a member of the AVMA, ACVB, AVSAB, IAABC and APDT. She lectures extensively to various organizations on a variety of topics, both medical and behavioral.



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