Members of the Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group receive access to a number of benefits including resources to help identify behaviour problems, give good advice and equip clients with the knowledge to help them understand what is normal for their pets and when behaviour is abnormal.
Other benefits and resources include:
- up-to-date information on the latest developments in the field of veterinary behavioural medicine
- a hardcopy subscription to the Journal of Veterinary Behaviour: Clinical Applications and Research, the only peer-reviewed journal that focuses entirely on veterinary behavioural medicine (six issues a year)
- quarterly e-newsletter
- discounts to attend Group events
- opportunity to contribute to submissions made to government departments and other organisations on behaviour issues, such as companion animal legislation and dog training methods.