Saving Lives with Behavior Modification

May 2012 by Sheila Segurson D'Arpino, DVM, DACVB

Audience: Executive Leadership, Foster Caregivers, Public, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 62 minutes

Think you can't afford to treat the behavior problems of dogs in your shelter? Think it's too difficult and time-consuming? Think you don't have the staff or the space to work with these kinds of issues? Sheila Segurson D'Arpino, DVM, DACVB, Senior Applied Animal Behaviorist for the Center for Shelter Dogs in Boston, walks you through easy, cost-effective methods that have saved thousands of animal lives in this day long session from Maddie's Fund® at the 2012 HSUS EXPO Conference.

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About Sheila Segurson d'Arpino, DVM, DACVB

Dr. Sheila Segurson d'Arpino is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. She works for Pet Behavior Care and the Center for Shelter Dogs at the Animal Rescue League of Boston, where she develops behavior programs, lectures at conferences and veterinary schools, sees behavior appointments with private clients and participates in research to improve the welfare and successful re-homing of shelter dogs.

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