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Stress and pheromonatherapy in small animal clinical behaviour
Daniel Mills, Maya Braem Dube and Helen Zulch.
Table of Contents
How animals respond to change -- Affective processes and the organisation of behaviour -- Communication and information transfer -- Assessment of the problem behaviour patient -- An approach to the management of problem behaviour -- Principles of pheromonatherapy -- Feline house-soiling problems -- Separation related behaviour problems in dogs -- Sound sensitivity -- Travel related problems in pets -- Introducing the new dog or cat into the home -- Stress and pheromonatherapy in the veterinary clinic.