Hart, Benjamin L., Hart, Lynette A., Bain, M. J.
Canine and Feline Behavior Therapy
Chapter 1: Introduction.
Section I: Basis for Techniques of Behavior Therapy.
Chapter 2: Medical Interview and Case History Assessment.
Chapter 3: Principles of Behavior Modification.
Chapter 4: Hormones and Behavior; Gonadectomy.
Chapter 5: General Approaches to Behavioral Pharmacology.
Chapter 6: Prescribing Psychotropic Drugs.
Chapter 7: The Behavior of Sick Dogs and Cats.
Section II: Behavior and Behavior Problems of Dogs.
Chapter 8: Aggression Toward People.
Chapter 9: Aggression Toward Other Dogs.
Chapter 10: Anxieties and Fears.
Chapter 11: Barking: Normal and Excessive.
Chapter 12: Excessive Activity and Destructiveness.
Chapter 13: Escaping and Roaming.
Chapter 14: Urination and Defecation Problems.
Chapter 15: Attention Seeking Behavior.
Chater 16: Problems with Feeding Behavior.
Chapter 17: Problems with Sexual and Maternal Behavior of Dogs.
Chapter 18: Repetitive, Compulsive, and Sterotypic Behaviors.
Chapter 19: Behavioral Aspects of Aging Dogs.
Chapter 20: Selecting and Raising Puppies.
Section III: Behavior and Behavior Problems of Cats.
Chapter 21: Feline House Soiling: Urine Marking, Inappropriate Urination, and Inappropriate Defecation.
Chapter 22: Aggression Toward People and Other Cats.
Chapter 23: Inappropriate Feline Scratching.
Chapter 24: Problems with Feeding and Predatory Behavior.
Chapter 25: Problems with Sexual and Maternal Behavior of Cats.
Chapter 26: Repetitive, Compulsive, and Sterotypic Behaviors.
Chapter 27: Selecting and Raising Kittens.
Section IV: Human Companion Animal Interactions.
Chapter 28: Role of the Dog and Cat in Families.
Chapter 29: Dealing with Loss of the Companion Animal.