Reading List for Veterinarians
The “Help I need to learn more about clinical veterinary behavior” reading list!
This is a list of basic, clinical veterinary behavior texts that we recommend for general practitioners looking to learn more about the fundamentals of diagnosing and treating behavioral problems, as well as when to refer a behavior case.
For those of you looking to further expand your knowledge of veterinary behavior please click here for the most current recommended advanced reading list. We also recommend attending behavior CE sessions, such as the annual Veterinary Behavior Symposium, held in conjunction with the AVMA convention.
|Beaver BV||Feline Behavior (2nd edition) www.elsevier.com||2003|
|Hart BL, Hart LA, Bain MJ||Canine and Feline Behavioral Therapy, Second Edition www.wiley.com||2006|
|Horwitz D, Mills D, Heath S||BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Behavioural Medicine, 2nd edition BSAVA, www.wiley.com||2009|
|Horwitz D, Neilson J||Blackwell’s Five Minute Behavior Consult: Canine and Feline Behavior www.wiley.com||2007|
|Landsberg GM, Hunthausen WL, Ackerman L||Handbook of Behavioural Problems of the Dog and Cat (2nd edition), www.elsevier.com||2003|