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Up to Date
Mon December 12, 2011
Holiday Stress And Your Pets
Let’s face it, the holidays are stressful, between decorating the house, putting up the tree, throwing a party and out-of-town guests. It’s enough to push even the most well-behaved pet over the edge. Hey, the holidays are not all about you, you know!
If your animal companion starts exhibiting unusual behavior this time of year, don’t despair. Tuesday on Up to Date, Dr. Wayne Hunthausen is back to discuss how to limit the negative effects of the holiday season on your pets.
Questions or comments for the good doc? Give us a call during the show (11 a.m. to Noon) at 816 235 2888 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. You can also leave comments on KCUR's Facebook page or Tweet us at @KCURUpToDate.
Dr. Wayne Hunthausen is a veterinarian and pet behavior consultant who has been working with pet owners and veterinarians throughout North America to solve companion animal behavior problems since 1982. He received his Bachelor of Arts (zoology) and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from the University of Missouri. Dr. Hunthausen is director of Animal Behavior Consultations in the Kansas City area, which provides behavior consultations and training services for pet owners, as well as a behavior support service for veterinarians. To read his full bio, click here.