Practical behavioural first aid for feline patients


This article forms part of a series intended to encourage veterinary practices to incorporate first aid advice on emotional welfare and behavioural support, for the entire species range seen within the practice, into daily practice routine. Previous articles in this series have covered why this service should be integral to practice activity and provided suggestions regarding behavioural first aid advice that could be given to the owners of canine patients. This article concentrates on behavioural first aid advice that will benefit the, often under-supported, welfare needs of feline patients and their owners.

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