Monthly Archives: April 2012

Infant killed by the family dog; What can we learn?

Sadly, there is no lack of news stories about dogs that have killed infants. I try to sift through the media blasts to find any information about the reasons – behavioral, medical, environmental — for each tragic story. In most … Continue reading

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Is a behavior club enough for veterinary students?

In today’s news summaries was an article titled “Colorado State’s vet program strives to improve lives through valuable programs,” published in the Rocky Mountain Collegian. It’s impressive that the CSU Veterinary Behavior Club is sponsoring a free symposium for pet owners … Continue reading

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