Behavioral Conditions


Animals can develop behavioral disorders that are not caused by neurological disease but that are caused by external factors that induce stress. Behavioral changes are also a common sign of neurological disease and include a loss of house training in an older animal, a change in temperament such as an aggressive animal becoming unusually affectionate or vice versa and changes in behavior such as failure to recognize an owner.

Further Resources

Evaluation and Management of Behavioral Conditions. REQUIRES LOGIN; FOR VETERINARIANS K Overall. In: Clinical Neurology in Small Animals: Localization, Diagnosis and Treatment. K.G. Braund.