15th September 2004
MORE HELP FOR BADLY BEHAVED PETS
Have you ever wondered why your cat is so overweight or fights in the
garden? A new expert at the
An animal behaviourist who specialises in cat behaviour is among the new staff teaching at the university this semester.
Dr Emily Levine BSc DVM has recently completed a residency in animal behaviour at
While at Cornell, Dr Levine’s responsibilities included the general running of the animal behaviour clinic, teaching veterinary students and conducting research projects, most of which primarily focused on cats.
Her research topics included inter-cat aggression in households, the effects of diet testing on obese cats and investigating the frequency of cage frustration in shelter cats.
Dr Levine also enjoys working with cats and dogs with behavioural issues, and has a strong interest in birds and other exotic animals with behavioural problems.
“I am very
honoured and excited to be at the
forward to becoming a contributing member to the
For more information contact:
Matt Cross, Assistant Press Officer
(01522) 886625 firstname.lastname@example.org
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