Fearful dogs can benefit from socialization

09/16/2011 | Reading Eagle Press (Pa.)

Veterinarian Lee Pickett explains that some dogs are more fearful than others because they have inherited tendency toward anxiety, they are not properly socialized or both, and she recommends behavior classes and providing opportunities for socialization to make them more comfortable. Dr. Pickett also writes about Perineal Urethrostomy, the surgical procedure in which a male cat's urethra is shortened and widened to prevent urinary obstruction.

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