Separation Anxiety in a Post-Pandemic World

An in-depth look at the aetiology of separation anxiety syndrome in dogs and how the Covid19 pandemic has impacted pet behaviour around the world. Will this syndrome differ as we emerge from pandemic restrictions? The presentation includes a practical and evidence-based discussion of treatment and a reminder that cats experience separation anxiety too. 

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Dr Trepheena Hunter

BAgSc (hons), MAgSc, BVSc (hons), MANZCVS (Veterinary Behaviour), DACVB

After completing a research degree in animal production, Trepheena made the change to animal health and became a veterinarian. She worked in general practice for 8 years before moving into behaviour practice in 2012. Trepheena undertook specialist training and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and a registered Specialist in Animal Behaviour. Trepheena has worked extensively in both private behaviour practice and shelter behaviour. From 2015-2018, she managed the behaviour department in a large open-intake shelter, as the Animal Behaviour Manager and acting General Manager of Animal Welfare. Trepheena currently works mainly in private behaviour practice through her practice, Wild Things Veterinary Behaviour Services. She continues to consult for shelters, rescue groups and other animal organisations, lectures at conferences around Australia, and teaches shelter staff, trainers, veterinarians, and veterinary students.