How to Prepare Your Anxious Pet for a Veterinary Visit

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When you have an anxious pet, an activity such as visiting your veterinarian may prove quite challenging! In this video, Lindsay talks about some helpful ways you can reduce their fear and facilitate cooperation by preparing them well in advance for the visit to make the process less stressful for you, the pet and the veterinarian.

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  • Boarded veterinary behaviorist Dr. Amy Pike and her team have been caring for patients for more than 20 years.
  • Dr. Pike sees patients that deal with behaviors ranging from mild fears to extreme aggression, compulsive disorders and panic disorders.
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