Are you ready to be the cat guru? Certified Cat Behavior Consultant Ingrid Johnson is teaching an intensive class for support staff on how to medicate difficult cats in the clinic and avoiding those pesky and sometimes dangerous cat bites.
In this 90-minute session, you’ll learn how to properly position a cat to successfully administer a pill, how to make the experience a positive one and how to get a cat to willingly take their medication (yes, it’s possible and we will teach you those ways!).
This Workshop will be offered twice:
- 10/28 from 8:30am – 10am ET
- 10/28 from 11:30am – 1pm ET
Each 90-minute workshop is $99. For group purchasing for your team, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Are you a cat guru in the making who wants to learn the most advanced tips, tricks and hacks for positively medicating cats? Are you worried about members of your staff being bitten by feline patients? Are you concerned about the stress level some feline patients experience while being medicated in your clinic? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then you need to learn more about the workshop Dr. Andy Roark and Ingrid Johnson CCBC are putting on Wednesday, October 28th!
In this highly-interactive session, Ingrid and Dr. Roark will talk with attendees about the challenges with feline medication administration they face in the attendees’ practices. They will share videos, provide LIVE demonstrations, and facilitate conversations about best practices between attendees.
This 90-minute workshop will be held twice on Wednesday, October 28th to facilitate different time zones AND to allow members of the same team to attend at different times (so that your clinic schedule isn’t interrupted). Because of the interactive nature of this event, live attendance is strongly encouraged. However, a recorded version will be available from October 28th until November 1 for those who would like to re-watch pieces of the event.
1. Proper positioning to safely and successfully administer a pill.
2. Medication desensitization techniques
3. How to train cats to willingly eat medications.
4. Common pitfall avoidance including inappropriate restraint and “dry pilling.”
10/28 from 8:30am – 10am ET
10/28 from 11:30am – 1pm ET
**This training session is designed for INDIVIDUALS, and not hospital teams. If you would like for more than 5 team members to attend, please email email@example.com for group pricing options. **