Upcoming Webinars
Wednesday March 06

Painful Truths: How Canine Discomfort Influences Behavior

03/06/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Time: 7 PM ET/6 PM CT/5 PM MT/4 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. This lecture offers a comprehensive exploration of the intricate relationship between medical and behavioral clinical signs in dogs. It delves into the physiological responses to stress, both acute and chronic, the effects of systemic disease of the skin, gastrointestinal tract and endocrine system and their role in behavior change. Medications which are commonly used in primary care practice to treat systemic disease which can cause behavior change will be reviewed.

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Monday March 11

Painful Truths: How Canine Discomfort Influences Behavior

03/11/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2024

Time: 8 PM ET/7 PM CT/6 PM MT/5 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. This lecture offers a comprehensive exploration of the intricate relationship between medical and behavioral clinical signs in dogs. It delves into the physiological responses to stress, both acute and chronic, the effects of systemic disease of the skin, gastrointestinal tract and endocrine system and their role in behavior change. Medications which are commonly used in primary care practice to treat systemic disease which can cause behavior change will be reviewed.

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Thursday March 14

Painful Truths: How Canine Discomfort Influences Behavior

03/14/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2024

Time: 9 PM ET/8 PM CT/7 PM MT/6 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. This lecture offers a comprehensive exploration of the intricate relationship between medical and behavioral clinical signs in dogs. It delves into the physiological responses to stress, both acute and chronic, the effects of systemic disease of the skin, gastrointestinal tract and endocrine system and their role in behavior change. Medications which are commonly used in primary care practice to treat systemic disease which can cause behavior change will be reviewed.

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Monday March 18

Joint Supplements - Top 5 Myths

03/18/2024 

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Date: Monday, March 18, 2024

Time: 7 PM ET/6 PM CT/5 PM MT/4 PM PT

This program has been submitted for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.

Joint supplements are the most common chosen treatment for osteoarthritis, yet there are many myths. Learn about the common misconceptions regarding safety, bioavailability and efficacy of joint supplements and how supplements can interact with pharmaceutical drugs.

Dr. Alvarez is director of integrative and rehabilitative medicine at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in New York City. In addition to running a busy integrative and rehabilitation practice, Dr. Alvarez frequently speaks at conferences, leads a traditional canine sports med/rehab residency program, teaches interns and residents, and has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. She holds certifications in veterinary acupuncture, canine rehabilitation and advanced Chinese herbal medicine, and her research interests include geriatric medicine, joint supplements, muscle physiology and evidence-based medicine.

Wednesday March 20

Joint Supplements - Top 5 Myths

03/20/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Time: 8 PM ET/7 PM CT/6 PM MT/5 PM PT

This program has been submitted for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.

Joint supplements are the most common chosen treatment for osteoarthritis, yet there are many myths. Learn about the common misconceptions regarding safety, bioavailability and efficacy of joint supplements and how supplements can interact with pharmaceutical drugs.

Dr. Alvarez is director of integrative and rehabilitative medicine at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in New York City. In addition to running a busy integrative and rehabilitation practice, Dr. Alvarez frequently speaks at conferences, leads a traditional canine sports med/rehab residency program, teaches interns and residents, and has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. She holds certifications in veterinary acupuncture, canine rehabilitation and advanced Chinese herbal medicine, and her research interests include geriatric medicine, joint supplements, muscle physiology and evidence-based medicine.

Thursday March 21

Joint Supplements - Top 5 Myths

03/21/2024 

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Date: Thursday, March 21, 2024

Time: 9 PM ET/8 PM CT/7 PM MT/6 PM PT

This program has been submitted for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.

Joint supplements are the most common chosen treatment for osteoarthritis, yet there are many myths. Learn about the common misconceptions regarding safety, bioavailability and efficacy of joint supplements and how supplements can interact with pharmaceutical drugs.

Dr. Alvarez is director of integrative and rehabilitative medicine at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in New York City. In addition to running a busy integrative and rehabilitation practice, Dr. Alvarez frequently speaks at conferences, leads a traditional canine sports med/rehab residency program, teaches interns and residents, and has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. She holds certifications in veterinary acupuncture, canine rehabilitation and advanced Chinese herbal medicine, and her research interests include geriatric medicine, joint supplements, muscle physiology and evidence-based medicine.

Wednesday April 03

Medicating Mindfully: Optimizing Choices in Veterinary Behavior Practice

04/03/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Time: 7 PM ET/6 PM CT/5 PM MT/4 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. In this session you will learn about: Effective medication prescribing can be the difference between success and failure when treating behavior problems in dogs and cats. Learners will embark on a journey through the crucial process of making sound medication choices for companion animals facing emotional disorders. Dr. Radosta will distill what can feel like complex decision-making into five fundamental steps that you can put into practice immediately. From determining whether medication is necessary to selecting the right dosage schedule, choosing the appropriate medication type, and ultimately prescribing the ideal treatment, this lecture empowers veterinarians with the knowledge and insights needed to navigate this critical aspect of behavioral medicine.

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Monday April 15

Medicating Mindfully: Optimizing Choices in Veterinary Behavior Practice

04/15/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2024

Time: 8 PM ET/7 PM CT/6 PM MT/5 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. In this session you will learn about: Effective medication prescribing can be the difference between success and failure when treating behavior problems in dogs and cats. Learners will embark on a journey through the crucial process of making sound medication choices for companion animals facing emotional disorders. Dr. Radosta will distill what can feel like complex decision-making into five fundamental steps that you can put into practice immediately. From determining whether medication is necessary to selecting the right dosage schedule, choosing the appropriate medication type, and ultimately prescribing the ideal treatment, this lecture empowers veterinarians with the knowledge and insights needed to navigate this critical aspect of behavioral medicine.

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Thursday April 18

Medicating Mindfully: Optimizing Choices in Veterinary Behavior Practice

04/18/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2024

Time: 9 PM ET/8 PM CT/7 PM MT/6 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. In this session you will learn about: Effective medication prescribing can be the difference between success and failure when treating behavior problems in dogs and cats. Learners will embark on a journey through the crucial process of making sound medication choices for companion animals facing emotional disorders. Dr. Radosta will distill what can feel like complex decision-making into five fundamental steps that you can put into practice immediately. From determining whether medication is necessary to selecting the right dosage schedule, choosing the appropriate medication type, and ultimately prescribing the ideal treatment, this lecture empowers veterinarians with the knowledge and insights needed to navigate this critical aspect of behavioral medicine.

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Wednesday May 01

Calm in the chaos: Tackling noise phobia in dogs and cats

05/01/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Time: 7 PM ET/6 PM CT/5 PM MT/4 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. In this session you will learn about: Discover how everyday sounds like electronic sounds, text alerts, storms, fireworks, traffic and even food sizzling in a pan can trigger terror in dogs and cats. Learn to recognize the often-hidden signs of noise phobia masquerading as aggression and accidents in the house. Gain invaluable insights into evidence-based treatments, including medications and behavioral strategies, that you can bring back to your practice the next day. With prevalence statistics, hereditary insights, and treatment efficacy, this lecture is a must for every veterinarian looking to transform fear of sounds into tranquility. Don't wait to make a difference – reserve your spot now and become a noise phobia expert!

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Monday May 06

Calm in the chaos: Tackling noise phobia in dogs and cats

05/06/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, May 6, 2024

Time: 8 PM ET/7 PM CT/6 PM MT/5 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. In this session you will learn about: Discover how everyday sounds like electronic sounds, text alerts, storms, fireworks, traffic and even food sizzling in a pan can trigger terror in dogs and cats. Learn to recognize the often-hidden signs of noise phobia masquerading as aggression and accidents in the house. Gain invaluable insights into evidence-based treatments, including medications and behavioral strategies, that you can bring back to your practice the next day. With prevalence statistics, hereditary insights, and treatment efficacy, this lecture is a must for every veterinarian looking to transform fear of sounds into tranquility. Don't wait to make a difference – reserve your spot now and become a noise phobia expert!

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.

Wednesday May 15

Calm in the chaos: Tackling noise phobia in dogs and cats

05/15/2024 

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Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Time: 9 PM ET/8 PM CT/7 PM MT/6 PM PT

This program has been approved for 1 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval. In this session you will learn about: Discover how everyday sounds like electronic sounds, text alerts, storms, fireworks, traffic and even food sizzling in a pan can trigger terror in dogs and cats. Learn to recognize the often-hidden signs of noise phobia masquerading as aggression and accidents in the house. Gain invaluable insights into evidence-based treatments, including medications and behavioral strategies, that you can bring back to your practice the next day. With prevalence statistics, hereditary insights, and treatment efficacy, this lecture is a must for every veterinarian looking to transform fear of sounds into tranquility. Don't wait to make a difference – reserve your spot now and become a noise phobia expert!

Dr. Radosta is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, a behavior specialty practice in South Florida. She lectures for veterinary healthcare team members, pet owners and dog training professionals from Minnesota to Moscow and everywhere in between. She is the editor of the 4th edition of the Behavior Problems of the Dog and Cat. She has been interviewed for many publications including O magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy, Palm Beach Post, NAVC Clinician’s Brief, Sun Sentinel, WebMD, AAHA trends, Real Simple and AAHA News Stat. She has appeared on Lifetime television, Laurie Live, News Channel 25 (West Palm Beach, WPBF), Mitch Wilder's Amazing Pet Discoveries, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, News Channel 10 (Miami, ABC), and Steve Dale's Pet Talk. She podcasts for VetGirl.