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Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice: Fall 2004

Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice: Fall 2004

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Principles of Animal Behavior Consulting: An Ethological Approach - Myrna Milani, DVM, CABC
The Behaviorist’s Road Less Traveled - Pam Johnson-Bennett, CABC
Reach for a Diversity of Animal Behavior Knowledge - Joanne Olivia-Purdy, PhD, CABC
CASE STUDY: Don’t Leave Me! - Tom Van Winkle, MBA, CABC
CASE STUDY: A Case of Apparently Unprovoked Aggression in a Dog -
Debbie Winkler, CPDT, CABC
GOOD DOG: A Program to Help Dog Owners Address Aggression Problems in Dogs - Sue Alexander, CPDT, CDBC
REVIEW: Fight! A Practical Guide to the Treatment of Dog-Dog Aggression - Dani Weinberg, PhD, CDBC
Triangles in Family Assessment - Lynn Hoover, LSW, CDBC
Principles of Animal Behavior Consulting: An Ethological Approach - Myrna Milani, DVM, CABC
The Behaviorist’s Road Less Traveled - Pam Johnson-Bennett, CABC
Reach for a Diversity of Animal Behavior Knowledge - Joanne Olivia-Purdy, PhD, CABC
CASE STUDY: Don’t Leave Me! - Tom Van Winkle, MBA, CABC
CASE STUDY: A Case of Apparently Unprovoked Aggression in a Dog -
Debbie Winkler, CPDT, CABC
GOOD DOG: A Program to Help Dog Owners Address Aggression Problems in Dogs - Sue Alexander, CPDT, CDBC
REVIEW: Fight! A Practical Guide to the Treatment of Dog-Dog Aggression - Dani Weinberg, PhD, CDBC
Triangles in Family Assessment - Lynn Hoover, LSW, CDBC

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 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and PracticeFall 2004
 Animal BehaviorConsulting:Theory and Practice
Vol. 1, No. 1Fall 2004
 A publication of The International Associationof Animal Behavior Consultants
 
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and PracticeFall 2004
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
Vol. 1, No. 1 Fall 2004
PresidentLynn Hoover, LSW, CDBCEditor-in-Chief Mychelle Blake, MSW, CDBCAssociate Editor Jolanta Benal, JD
Journal Review Board
Brenda Aloff, CDBCDarlene Arden, CDBCJolanta Benal, JDMychelle Blake, MSW, CDBCKelley Bollen, MS, CDBC, CABCSusan Bulanda, MAT, CDBCKayce Cover, MEd, CDBCSteve Dale, CABCJean Donaldson, MA, CDBCIan Dunbar,PhD, BVetMed, MRCVS,CPDT, CDBCRachel Friedman,MSW, LISW, CABCJan Gribble, MA, CDBCChris Hamer, MS, CDBCLynn Hoover, LSW, CDBCPam Johnson-Bennett, CABCTrish King, CPDT, CDBCMyrna Milani, DVM, CABCJames O’Heare, MA, PhD, CABCJoanne Oliva-Purdy, PhD, CABCMerope Pavlides, PhD, MEdValerie Pollard, CDBCVeronica Sanchez, MEd, CABC, NA-DOI EndorsedBecky Schultz, CPDT, CDBCBarbara Shumannfang,PhD, CPDT,CDBCPia Silvani, CPDT, CDBCThomas Van Winkle, MBA, CABCDani Weinberg, PhD, CDBCLiz Wilson, CABCDebbie Winkler, CPDT, CABC
Editorial Associates
Rachel Friedman,MSW, LISW, CABCMerope Pavlides, PhD, MEd Valerie Pollard, CDBC
The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants
The
International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Inc.
i
s a professional association for the eld of animal
behavior consulting. The association represents the professional interests of behavior consultants throughout the world. It isinvolved with the problems, needs, and changing patterns of animal-owner relationships, and helps to ensure that the public’sneeds are met by trained practitioners. The association provides the tools and resources animal behavior professionals needto succeed. It works tirelessly to nourish the animal-human bond.The association’s members meet rigorous standards for education and training and are held to the highest ethical standards
of the profession. Clinical members qualify as Certied Animal Behavior Consultants (CABC). They work with multiple species,
including dogs, cats, horses, birds, and other animals. They have met the highest standards of the profession for educationand clinical experience. Associate members are consultants in clinical practice, on the path to Clinical membership. The IAABCfacilitates research, theory development, and education. It develops standards for education and training, professional ethics,and the clinical practice of animal behavior consulting.
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
is the professional journal of the IAABC and is published semi-annually. All published work contained within is copyright 2004 The InternationalAssociation of Animal Behavior Consultants, unless otherwise indicated.Veronica Sanchez, MEd, CABC, NADOI EndorsedDebbie Winkler, CPDT, CABCBeth Adelman, MS, CABC, Publications Consultant
 
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and PracticeFall 2004
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
is published in accordance with the purposes of the sponsoringorganization, the International
Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, Inc. (IAABC) and the InternationalAssociation of Dog Behavior Consultants (IADBC), a division of the IAABC. The IAABC’s mission is to advance
the professional understanding of animal behavior, the most effective management of animal behavior, and
humane, scientically-based plans to modify the behaviors of distressed animals, and to promote the animal-
human bond. Toward that end,
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
publishes articles on research,theory, clinical practice, and training in animal behavior consulting. We accept submissions of manuscripts onbehavior consulting for all animals. We accept book and video reviews, commentary on practice, case studies,research, and essays.
Articles are selected on the basis of appropriateness, clarity, signicance, timeliness, and contribution to the eld
of animal behavior consulting. Papers published in
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
are selectedfrom papers submitted directly tothe IAABC editor-in-chief. Authors need not be members of the IAABC to submitmanuscripts. No remuneration is paid for accepted manuscripts.Business matters are handled by
IAABC’s business ofce. Inquiries should be addressed to IAABC, 505 Timber Lane, Jefferson Hills, PA 15025. Phone: (412) 384-2677, or e-mail journal@iaabc.org. Copyright on all materials
published in
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
is held by the IAABC and authors must agree uponacceptance of the manuscript to transfer copyright to the IAABC. Permission to reproduce such copyrighted
materials must be obtained through IAABC. Requests can be made by emailing journal@iaabc.org. No portion
of an article may be reproduced without permission in writing. Reprint orders for individual articles are handled
by the IAABC business ofce. If the manuscript contains more than 100 words of material previously published
elsewhere, the authors must obtain written permission from the copyright holder to include this material in publicationof their manuscriptin
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
. Any costs associated with obtaining thispermission are the responsibility of the author or authors.Manuscripts should be submitted to the editor-in-chief,
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
, 505Timber Lane, Jefferson Hills, PA 15025. E-mail: journal@iaabc.org. Electronic submission is preferred.
Manuscripts are accepted for consideration with the understanding that they have not been published previouslyand are not being considered simultaneously for publication elsewhere. The right to reject any manuscript or returnit to the author for format, style, or other revisions before accepting it for publication is reserved by the editor-
in-chief. Submission of a manuscript by the author(s) assumes acceptance of editing by the
 Animal Behavior Consulting: Theory and Practice
editorial staff.Papers should be submitted in a form that will permit “blind” refereeing. The author’s name and other obviousidentifying notations should appear only on a
detachable title page.
Manuscripts may be submitted electronically
as an e-mail attachment in rich text format (.rtf) or in Microsoft Word to journal@iaabc.org. E-mail is the preferredsubmission format. The Editorial Ofce acknowledges receipt of the manuscripts and reaches a decision concerning
publication as quickly as possible. Page proofs will be sent to authors via e-mail and
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. Changes are limited to correcting of printing errors, spelling, dates, and grammar. Substantive changessuch as adding phrases, sentences, and paragraphs are rarely permitted.
Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Specic deadlines for issues are determined by the editor-in-chief for solicited manuscripts. Contact the editor-in-chief at journal@iaabc.org for specic deadline information.Manuscripts should be formatted for 8-1/2” x 11” paper with a 1-inch margin on all sides. The entire manuscript,
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