Interested in finding out more about animal behavior in
veterinary medicine? Check out some of these links!
Newsletter -Click here to access the AVSAB Quarterly
Newsletter! Bringing you information on current topics pertaining
to animal behavior in veterinary medicine.
- Texas Vet Behavior -Click
here to see a veterinary clinic located in nearby Sugarland, TX.
Run by Dr. Lore Haug, this practice provides connections to several
veterinary behavior resources accessible to the general
- AVSAB Events -Find information on
AVSAB sponsored seminars, conferences, and events located around
the world. If inteterested, please contact the club for more
information on attending these events.
- Dominance Position
Theory -See here the training methods and concerns
related to Dominance Theory, a method still being used by many dog
and other animal trainers today.
Position - Punishment is something used in various
aspects of training, but there are certain guidelines you may be
unaware of. Click here for more information.
Socialization - Who doesn't love watching puppies
play?? However, there are many ways in which to socialize your
animal that will help correct behavior issues later in life. Click
here for more.
- Breed Specific
Legislation -We all know different breeds have
different temperaments. Ths has led to different legislation being
passed pertaining to certain types of breeds. If you have a breed
prone to behavioral issues, check out the information presented
- How to
Select a Trainer -Training is an important part of the
process of accepting a new animal into your home. Click here to see
the AVSAB guidelines on how to choose an effective and appropriate
trainer for your animal.
If you have any other resources concerning veterinary animal
behavior, feel free to contact Austin Hardegree at
email@example.com in order to make them available
to the public via our site!