VMLL 2330 - Introduction to Animal Behavior

  • 2 CE Credits
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This course is designed to give a rich, comprehensive review of the basic principles of applied animal behavior for veterinarians in practice. More than 85% of owners say there is something about their pet's behavior that they would like to change . . . and you are the first person that they ask about how to do that!

Through the use of examples, this module illustrates the main points necessary to change an animal's behavior in a variety of ways. You will become equipped with the tools you need to be able to identify which behavior modification techniques are appropriate for various circumstances.

With this reintroduction to vocabulary and concepts, this module is a prerequsite to the other modules on more specific problems.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Instructors

Jennie Willis
Jennie Willis

(970) 491-2993 | jennie.willis@colostate.edu

Dr. Jennie Willis grew up in Colorado as a child and then returned for graduate school later in her life. She graduated from Colorado State University in 2005 with a Ph.D. in zoology, with an emphasis in animal behavior.

Dr. Willis teaches undergraduate courses in dog behavior and instructs veterinary students in applied companion animal behavior. She coordinates the new master's degree program in Zoo, Aquarium and Animal Shelter Management.

Dr. Willis writes for the Coloradoan and has given numerous scientific and invited presentations, and is an active speaker for professional groups and organizations. She co-advises the veterinary student behavior club, which won the 2010 AVSAB Student Chapter Award.

Dr. Willis is a member of the Animal Behavior Society, American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, Animal Behavior Management Alliance, and Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

In her spare time, Dr. Willis enjoys spending time with her family hiking, swimming and adventuring in the Colorado mountains.

Learn more at: http://www.AnimalBehaviorInsights.com

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