February 2018 by Fear Free
Audience: Foster Caregivers, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers
Video Length: 4:23
Medical and husbandry care is important for the health and well-being of your pets. However, the very treatments we need to perform can be stress inducing for the pet. Not only can it sometimes be challenging for veterinary professionals to perform routine procedures while minimizing stress for pets, but it can be particularly challenging for pet owners or fosters at home to perform needed care.
One simple foundation skill to help pets and fosters be more successful with medical and husbandry care is to create a Treatment Station for the pet. To find out more about what a treatment station is and how to best utilize to help you care for your foster pet watch this short video on conditioning your foster pet to a treatment station.
About Fear Free
Fear Free provides online and in-person education to veterinary professionals, the pet professional community, and pet owners.Their courses provide learners and pet lovers with the knowledge and tools to not only look after a pet's physical well-being, but her emotional well-being as well.
They know that we must feed the pet's mind as well as the body so they make sure that in-home enrichment and Fear Free training are front-and-center with pet professionals and pet owners alike. To learn more about Fear Free you can visit their website.