Tails from the Dog House: Separation Anxiety Explained podcast

With special guest Dr Hannah Capon from C.A.M - Arthritis, Pain Management and effects on Separation Anxiety

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This week the girls are joined by one of the UK's leading specialists in canine arthritis management, Dr Hannah Capon, as she discusses arthritis and pain and their affect on behaviour as well as provides some tips and tricks on what to look for and how to address it. SHOW NOTES: https://caninearthritis.co.uk/ https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339424208_Pain_and_Problem_Behavior_in_Cats_and_Dogs https://www.facebook.com/CAMarthritis/videos/597809148200374

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