Minimising Feline Stress In The Practice Setting And Dealing With Challenging Patients

Course Date:
Friday 16th July 2021
Course Time:
10.00am - 5.30pm
Available Spaces:
£195.00 + VAT
Manor Place,
204a Manor Place,
London. SE17 3BN

Veterinary visits can be challenging for even the most passive of cats, as well as for their owners. Fractious behaviour is one possible indicator of emotional challenges and can make it difficult for the practice team to accurately assess and treat the cat, while also increasing the potential for human injury.

Considering the visit from the cat’s perspective and using a behaviourally aware approach, not only ensures the welfare of the patient but also helps to reduce the risk of confrontational situations. This one-day course will explore the feline patient’s perspective of a veterinary visit and outline appropriate strategies and practical advice to help minimise the stress of the patient, their care giver and members of the veterinary team.

Topics to be covered include:

  • ‘Feline Friendly Practice’ protocols
  • Understanding feline coping strategies and their role in minimising the negative emotional impact of veterinary visits.
  • Effective strategies for dealing with behaviourally challenging patients

This course is suitable for both vets and vet nurses.



Feline Behaviour

Some feedback about this course...

"Really enjoyed this course. Very informative, really made me feel more confident in discussing and advising in noise related behaviour. "- April 2017
"Excellent. Very clear and concise; so that despite the masses of information given it didn't feel overwhelming. Very approachable and helpful."- April 2017
"Very informative, Sarah Heath was a brilliant and engaging speaker. Fabulous - Very passionate and knowledgeable."- Sept 2017
"Amazing! Excellent at explaining and great content."- Sept 2017
"Engaging, informative. Notes extremely thorough and very approachable."- Optimising Emotional Development in Puppies Course September 2018