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An Article from our January 2020 issue

Behavior drugs and behavior modification

A behavior modification program is essential for the successful treatment of any behavior problem. Use of psychoactive agents as a sole treatment for an ongoing behavior issue is completely inappropriate and constitutes misuse of the medication. Medication alone rarely provides a cure. Further, medicating a patient without also managing the environment, teaching the owners how to remain safe and understand their pet’s problem, teaching coping skills to the pet, and addressing environmental issues, is irresponsible, unsafe, and unfair. If the use of medication leads to owner complacency and laxity of supervision, then the results can be tragic.

Lynne Seibert, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVB
SD VMA Conf, 08:19

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