How to Become a Good Cat Handler

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Category: Nurses Club
Published on: 16.08.2016


Suzanne Rudd DipAVN(medical) RVN

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About The Webinar

Working with cats in the veterinary environment can be challenging for everyone involved, especially the veterinary nurse. Understanding cat behaviour and being able to handle a challenging cat is an essential skill for the veterinary nurse and one that is very well recognised by other members of staff as well as cat owners visiting the practice. Being a good cat handler should reduce injury to the veterinary staff and cause minimal stress to the cat. This lecture will look at every aspect of becoming a successful cat handler from considerations of the environment to subtle changes in restraint techniques. A very practical based lecture it is hoped that every veterinary nurse will be able to take something away with them that will prove useful in practice.

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