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Pnei in veterinary medicine
Journal Title: PNEI REVIEW 
Author/s: Marta Batti, Marta Pattaro, Maria Mayer 
Year:  2019 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  13 Pg. 58-70 FullText PDF:  1085 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PNEI2019-001007
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While whole medicine is probably undergoing a great change, with a general higher demand for individualized attention and care and integration of knowledge, veterinary medicine is also living a cultural change. Careful owners, almost parents of their dog and cat, have similar demands. For an integrated care, the knowledge of the Pnei principles is fundamental also in veterinary medicine: stress (especially chronic) reduction techniques, epigenetic, correct nutrition and rationalization of the use of drugs are some of the key points. A well-structured team work with the contribution of professionals capable of decoding animal mind is a new path that has just begun in veterinary medicine, but whose potential for applications would be of real benefit to four paws patients.
Keywords: Veterinary medicine, Behaviourist veterinary, Dog, Cat, Epigenetic, Stress.

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Marta Batti, Marta Pattaro, Maria Mayer, Pnei in veterinary medicine in "PNEI REVIEW" 1/2019, pp. 58-70, DOI:10.3280/PNEI2019-001007

   

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