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Fear Free Articles

Our team has provided the below articles to educate you on Fear Free tips and tricks.

What is a Fear Free Certified Professional?

A Fear Free Certified Practitioner (or FFCP) is an individual who has undergone specialized training in Fear Free, which teaches us to identify, alleviate, and support patients who are fearful, anxious, or stressed (FAS), which can occur after visits to the vet where their behavioral needs aren’t prioritized. FFCPs are able to read their patient’s body language and understand when there are heightened FAS and are able to respond to these cues to provide a calming, nurturing, and positive experience – one where our patients look forward to their trip to the vet!

10 Things Your Veterinary Team Should Know About Your Pet

10 Things That Make Fear Free Veterinary Visits Different

How to Prepare Your Pet for a Veterinary Visit

How to Make the Trip to the Hospital Fear Free

How to Manage a Fear Free Return Home

Fear Free Puppy Socialization Bingo

Fear Free Kitten Socialization Bingo

Nail Trims: Trimming Away the Terror

How to Pill Your Pet With Kindness

Giving Medications to Your Pet: How to Put the Treat Into Treatments

Training as Enrichment: Walking & Moving

Training as Enrichment: Basic Skills

Training as Enrichment: Doggie “Spaw” Day

Training Session Length

The Dangers of “Training” Collars

Keep Calm and Muzzle on

How Trainers Can Help Animals in Pain

Leash Pulling & Reactivity

DIY Enrichment Ideas for Dogs

Preventing Separation Anxiety

A Fulfilled Dog (Not a Tired Dog) Is a Happy Dog

What to Do About Your Cat’s Scratching

Senior Dogs: Special Concerns & Solutions

What is Fear Free Grooming?