Animal Behavior

Course Number: 
VET 2080
Semester: 
Spring
Subject: 
Veterinary (VET)
Credits 
2.00

This course gives the student a grounding in the natural behaviors of common domestic species. Neural, genetic, and endocrine bases for these behaviors are included. In addition, many aspects of clinical behavioral medicine are covered, including patient history-taking; reviews of common behavioral problems of dogs and cats; patient evaluation; behavior modification; and drug therapy.

2 hours of lecture per week

Prerequisites

Sophomore standing or instructor permission