5th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference

Canine Social Behavior and Communication

Saturday, December 2
1:10 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Royal Palm Ballroom Salon 4

Veterinarian Technician Staff

Social signals used by dogs to communicate will be reviewed, including postural signals. Understanding canine communication can help prevent aggression, and aid recognition of anxiety. Understanding canine signals is also important for successful behavior medication.

Lynne Seibert

Veterinary Behavior Consultants LLC

Dr. Seibert received her DVM degree from the University of Tennessee. After 3 years in private practice, she completed Master’s and PhD degrees in psychology at the University of Georgia, with a focus on animal behavior and neuroscience. She completed a residency in behavior medicine at the University of Georgia, achieving board-certification with the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists in 2001. She owned and operated a behavior referral practice in Seattle, Washington, and served as adjunct faculty at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and psychology faculty at Antioch University-Seattle during this time. She has taught veterinary behavior courses at 6 veterinary colleges and currently teaches behavior to veterinary students at Tuskegee University and Auburn University. She is a past president of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, and served two terms as secretary-treasurer on the ACVB Board of Regents. She has presented over 2,000 hours of behavior education in 38 states and 4 countries. She owns a behavior referral practice in Roswell, Georgia, and is mentoring her second approved non-conforming behavior resident. She shares her home with 2 dogs, 2 cats, 6 birds, and a pot-bellied pig named Vivianne.


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