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    VBG Awards: Kew Vet is Veterinary Practice of the Year 2020

    04 Dec 2020, Tucak P

    project , said Dr Matthews. I ve found it really rewarding to have taken a small practice, and built the ... believe if we can improve our utilisation and training of nurses and support staff, this will potentially
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    Top ten dog behaviour myths

    25 May 2015, Herron M

    Many dogs these days have emotional disorders based in genetic predispositions or early environmental ... species lines. Most humandirected aggression is based in fear (perception of threat) or protection of
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    The big bang theory: noise sensitivity in dogs

    25 May 2014, Landsberg G

    Proceedings of the Australian Veterinary Association Annual Conference The Australian Veterinary ... study out of the United Kingdom of almost 4000 dogs based on a postal survey reported 17% of dogs with noise
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    Science in the saddle: the advent of equitation science

    01 Jul 2007, McGreevy P

    interpretations of the motivation of horses undergoing training. Additionally, the Federation Equestre Internationale ... since it is largely trained using negative reinforcement, has to respond to pressure-based signals and does
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    Running effective puppy classes

    14 Mar 2014, Calnon D

    clients. Ensuring that staff members are adequately trained and resourced is the key to making the most of ... effectively if the staff running them are properly trained and provided with adequate resources. It is known
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    Use of canine odour detection dogs in residue management programs

    01 Jan 1999, Cook A

    Hobart, 16-21 May, 1999. initiative to develop and train an odour detection dog, Norm. Norm is a 28 month ... first in the area of residue detection and is trained to seek out a range of organochlorines in the soil
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    14 Jan 2022

    passionate about has been a busy and rewarding journey for Perth-based veterinary ultrasonographer Dr Louise ... job, as a younger vet who had a lot of hands-on training through vet school and spending time with as many
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    Using computers for communication and training in your practice

    01 Jul 2007, Hay L

    Proceedings of the Australian Veterinary Association Practice Management Annual Conference The Australian Veterinary ... Association Ltd. Using computers for communication and training in your practice
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    Part 3: The parenting and veterinary work juggle

    04 Dec 2020, Tucak P

    The only difference? Vet medicine is evidence-based. Stopping a baby from crying isn t. Parenting has ... ) and humility (Mum! Seriously!) - is valuable training for the reality of veterinary practice. Pre-parenting
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    Behavior fundamentals

    01 May 2012, Horwitz D

    reinforcement, and may be used synonymously with the term reward. Reinforcement, whether positive or negative ... becomes very important and at times setting up training sessions can be difficult to accomplish. Flooding
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    Avian behaviour 101

    01 May 2011, Doneley B

    imposed rules, the bird will make its own rules, based on immediate gratification and revolving around ... approach. Techniques such incorporating behavioural training into annual wellness examinations are important
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    Lunging on a leash

    01 May 2011, Neilson JC

    aggression to unfamiliar dogs, the ill dog has a problem based in fear/anxiety. There may be a clear history to ... other dogs present. Typically the dogs are trained to sit/watch owner with for gradually increasing
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    Learning in horses

    01 Dec 2006, Luescher A

    conditioning and the behaviour modification techniques based on each. Many variations of these techniques exist ... to a novel, neutral (i.e. non harmful and non rewarding) stimulus weakens due to repetitious exposure
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    Management of a skin wound associated with use of an electronic anti-barking collar in a dog

    01 Mar 2022, Walmsley DW, Day SK, Nash KJ

    electronic anti-barking shock collars (EABSC) for training and behavioural modification in dogs remains popular ... Aversive-based training methodologies have been shown to generate stress, produce unintended training outcomes
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    Connected pets

    12 Aug 2018, Bergman L

    from remote controlled food dispensers (Treat and Train, PetTutor- are two of the best) to feeders that ... operant conditioning. I especially like them for rewarding dogs for being apart from their owners. The selective
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    Ethical profit making - choosing and selling dog training equipment and its use in behaviour modification

    01 May 2012, Perry G

    Proceedings of the Australian Veterinary Association Annual Conference The Australian Veterinary ... Ethical profit making - choosing and selling dog training equipment and its use in behaviour modification
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    The top 10 myths that will kill your patients

    01 May 2010, Seksel K

    Unfortunately, this easy to obtain information is often based on anecdotes, misconceptions, myths and legends ... legends rather than the science on which we should base all our veterinary diagnoses. Veterinarians need to
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    Professional life skills - a shared personal development framework engaging staff, students and mentors alike

    01 May 2009, Cake M

    to the profession, diminishing their experience base as well as their credibility with students; secondly ... veterinary medicine the need to ensure diversity of training to expand career paths for veterinarians beyond
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    03 Feb 2023

    that they do. Dr John Craven AO Dr Craven AO is based in Victoria and is a Life Member of the AVA. He ... Team during the 2004 Sri Lankan Tsunami, having a Train the Trainer project in China since 2009, as well
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    Confidence in tackling dental procedures

    28 Jul 2021, Tucak P

    optimal dental outcome for the patient. Full staff training is very important to ensure a consistent message ... such as elevators and tooth root picks. A dental base with high and low-speed handpieces is essential