Animal Behaviorist Lines Up Nationwide Series Of Seminars

ContinuEd has teamed with Sophia Yin to create one day seminars about common animal behavior problems.

Animal behaviorist Sophia Yin, DVM will offer a series of one-day seminars for veterinarians and other team members on common animal behavior problems.

Animal behaviorist Sophia Yin, DVM, has joined ContinuEd, a provider of continuing education seminars for the veterinary profession, to offer a series of one-day seminars for veterinarians and other team members on common animal behavior problems.

Four areas will be covered: How Animals Learn, Recognizing Brewing Behavior Problems, Correcting and Reversing those Problems and Updated Handling Techniques for Dealing with Problem Pets.

“The No. 1 cause of pet loss is bad behavior that forces an owner to give up the animal for adoption, or worse, to have it euthanized,” said W. Drew Turner, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, founder and executive producer of ContinuEd.

“You can play a critical and active role in identifying brewing behavior problems in your client’s pets, and help correct them before they snowball.”

Some venues are still be determined. Dates and locations are as follows:

  • March 30Seattle area: (Doubletree Guest Suites, Tukwila, Wash.)
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  • April 6Los Angeles: (Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Los Angeles International Airport)
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  • June 22Chicago
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  • June 29Phoenix
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  • July 13Denver
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  • July 27San Diego
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  • Sept. 7Portland
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  • Sept. 14Boston
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  • Sept. 21San Francisco
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  • Sept. 28Atlanta

Dr. Yin sees behavior cases at San Francisco Veterinary Specialists in San Francisco and offers pet behavior house call consultations in the Davis, Calif., area. She also consults with the Santa Barbara Zoo in Santa Barbara, Calif.

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