Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians

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Please download and use these helpful handouts created by our members

Cat Handouts

Many of our Feline Handouts are adapted from the book Practical Feline Behaviour by Trudi Atkinson. Save 20% when you order from www.cabi.org/bookshop. Simply enter the code CCAB20 at the checkout to claim. Discount is valid for individual (non-trade) orders on the CABI Bookshop up to a maximum of 10 copies. 20% discount valid until 31st December 2020.

Introducing Cats

Indoor Urine Marking (Spraying)

Stress in Cats

Scratching Furniture

Feeding

Dominance in Cats?

Reducing Resource Competition

Play

House Training

Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC)

Early experience and its impact on Behaviour

Cats and Covid 19

The following links are to handouts produced by the International Society for Feline Medicine and Surgery (ISFM) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).

Your cat’s environmental needs.

Nursing Care for Cats

Getting your cat to the vets

International cat care is a charity founded in 1958 that aims to enable and inspire people to understand cats’ needs and perspective, and to help improve feline welfare. Visit https://icatcare.org to access a wealth of information on feline health, welfare and behaviour.

Bird Handouts

Step Up Training

Birds in a Multi species home

Choosing a Person as a Mate

Excessive Vocalisation

Horse Handouts

Target Training

Horses and Covid 19

Travel Issues

Environmental Enrichment

Dog Handouts

Advice for Puppy Owners during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Introducing a Head Collar

Non food Enrichment

Mental stimulation during the covid-19 lockdown

House Training

Fear and Anxiety - images

Puppy Socialisation during the Covid-19 Lockdown

Avoiding separation related behaviours after the covid-19 lockdown

Preparing for Fireworks

Fireworks Advice

What Drives Us

Our Mission

To promote evidence based behavioural support for animals and their carers, to the highest scientific standards, in an empathetic and compassionate manner.

To forge strong links between animal carers, behaviourists and veterinary professionals.

To support the development of independently accredited practitioners in the field of clinical animal behaviour through mentoring, continuing professional development and supportive fellowship.

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