Issue 22 Table of Contents 

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A Message From IAABC’s New Executive Director, Kathrine Christ

I am deeply honored to have been offered the role of Executive Director of the IAABC. Thanks to the dedicated service of our prior directors, the IAABC has grown into...

By Kathrine Christ MIA CTC CDBC

All the Worst Puppy Problems: Housetraining Hang-Ups

Many of my puppy clients were unprepared for how maddening it is to have a little animal peeing and pooping all over their floors. Housetraining can be one of the...

By Jess Erace LVT CPDT-KA CTDI

Cat-Cat Play: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Play is good exercise for the body and mind, and also creates social bonds. But how can you tell if the cats are playing or fighting? Let's take a look...

By Patience Fisher ACCBC, CVA, DipFBST, BSBIO

Claire: A Case Story

Claire came to us nearly two years ago. She was a 4-year-old medium-sized, short-haired, tri-colored dog of unknown breed origin. She came in a batch of dogs that were from...

By Paige Kim BCC-KA, CSB-C

A Physiotherapy Program for Bears at Animals Asia’s Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre

Bears rescued from the bile industry face a multitude of physical and psychological challenges. Many years of restricted movements and invasive treatment has left the majority of bears with reduced...

By Kate Shipton (BVetMed MRCVS) and Sarah van Herpt (BSc, MSc, CVN)

An Interview with Dr. Lauren Finka

Dr. Lauren Finka is a postdoctoral researcher in animal welfare at the University of Nottingham Trent in the U.K. Her specialization is in feline behavior, particularly in sheltered cats. Dr....

By IAABC Editing Team

A Guide to Socializing Older (Fractious) Kittens

Fosters are often called on to help increase affiliative behaviors, and decrease distance-increasing behaviors in older kittens that are showing signs of being undersocialized. This article explains what this process...

By Emily Carl, CCBC CPDT-KA, FFCP

The Fall Out from Saint Boy: Where Next for Equestrian Competition?

he equestrian sports part of the the Tokyo Olympics 2020 Modern Pentathlon generated a great deal of public discourse over perceived cruelty, centered around the treatment of a horse called...

By Hazel Heaton BHSAI UKCC 2

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