Veterinary personnel typically do not have much of a choice of which client they will see, and therefore are routinely exposed to dangerous aggressive dogs. The key in any difficult dog visit is to minimize the stress to the dog, the owner, and the office staff. Less time in the office equals less stress. Less stress equals fewer bites.
Get them in FAST | Get them out FASTER
This thumb drive video class is the “all-encompassing protocol for the aggressive dog vet visit”, from the first time the phone is answered, to when the aggressive dog arrives and must be treated.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) states;
“There are very few public health crises that can be cured by education… dog bites are one of them”; and
“the most surprising aspect of this public health crisis is that it does NOT have to be this way; dog bites are preventable…”
A Veterinary staff must know how to gather good information from a patient, how to place the dog, how to read the dog properly, how to avoid triggering conditions, how to restrain the dog IF necessary, and how to defend themselves and others IF an assault takes place. Reading predictable dog behaviors is the most important aspect of this class curriculum.
This video class (in THUMB DRIVE format) includes hundreds of original picture and video illustrations designed to teach the staff how to deal with a truly dangerous dog.
This 58-minute video is a MUST watch for all veterinary office personnel.
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