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Supplements, Nutraceuticals and CBD: Making the Right Choice for Behavior Therapy

 

presented by Dr. Leslie Sinn

Recorded September 16, 2020

Dr. Leslie Sinn obtained both her undergraduate degree in Animal Science and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia. In addition, she successfully completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery while overseeing the exotic, avian and wildlife caseload at the teaching hospital.

She moved to Northern Virginia in 1985 where after five years in private practice she joined the faculty at the Northern Virginia Community College's Veterinary Technology Program. During her tenure at NOVA, she taught a variety of courses including anesthesia and behavior and was Dean of the program for 15 years.

She completed a residency in behavioral medicine under the mentorships of Dr. Valarie Tynes, DACVB and Laurie Bergman, DACVB passing her board examination in 2016, becoming one of only 82 veterinary behavior specialists in North America, Canada and Australia. She currently maintains a private practice, Behavior Solutions, which provides behavioral services to dogs, cats, parrots, horses and other animals throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

She has presented nationally and internationally and is the author of many articles including a chapter on obsessive behavior in cats in the recently released book by the American College of Veterinary Behaviorist’s Decoding Your Cat.

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