Update 3/16/20: This event has been cancelled due to the coronavirus situation. Please email CVMA Chapter Relations Manager Ashley Larson at email@example.com for more information. Do you understand why patients become aggressive?
Update 3/16/20: This event has been cancelled due to the coronavirus situation. Please email CVMA Chapter Relations Manager Ashley Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Do you understand why patients become aggressive? How are aggressive patients handled in your clinic? Are you confident talking to owners about a treatment plan for their aggressive pet? How do you keep your staff safe and advocate for the patient at the same time?
The CSU Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior invites CVMA Chapters 2 and 3 for an evening with FREE dinner and 1.0 CE credit presentation on behavior with Dr. Kimberly Krug.
About the presenter
Kimberly Krug, DVM
Dr. Krug grew up in Parker, CO and attended Colorado State University for both her undergraduate studies as well as veterinary school. She graduated with her DVM in 2011 and moved to Seattle for a 1-year small animal medicine and surgery rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle. Following her internship, she stayed on as an emergency and critical care staff doctor.
Dr. Krug’s interest in behavior medicine stems mostly from her Australian Shepherd Sori, who presented some behavior hurdles including agility training and veterinary visits. Dr. Krug started teaching cooperative veterinary care to ease stress and anxiety for Sori. One day she hopes all families will teach cooperative veterinary care to their pets as commonly as they teach sit and down. Dr. Krug is also passionate about teaching veterinary professionals about how to prevent, recognize, and treat anxiety and fear in their patients. She believes behavioral health in all animals is vital to their overall health and well-being.
Dr. Krug shares her home with her two Australian Shepherds, Ode and Sori. They love exploring the outdoors, especially on rainy, gloomy days. She enjoys training her dogs and competes with both dogs in barn hunt and with Sori in agility.
FREE for Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 members!
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm MST
CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital
300 W. Drake Road
CVMA Chapter 2 | Larimer County