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Live from WVC: Any technician can get involved in pet behavior

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Technicians can take a leading role in a veterinary practice's behavior program, and they can even earn a technician specialty in behavior. But what's the right level of involvement for you? Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians President-Elect Alicea Schaeffer, RVT, VTS (behavior), KPA CTP, CPDT-KA, took some time during the Western Veterinary Conference to speak with Firstline Editor Kerry Hillard Johnson about how veterinary technicians can get more involved in pet behavior.

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