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The Inscrutable Cat

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Myrna Milani - filmed 2003 - this DVD qualifies for 1 trainer & 3 behavior consultant CCPDT CEUs

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The Inscrutable Cat 

Presented by: Myrna Milani

DVD-2 disc set

Unlocking the secrets of our newest and most unique domestic animal. Why pet owners and those in animal-related professions should know about normal and abnormal feline behavior. Common feline behavioral problems their causes, solutions and prevention. 


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Type DVD universal format
Run Time 4 hrs
Presenter Myrna Milani
Publisher Tawzer Dog LLC
Copyright © 2003, Tawzer Dog LLC
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About The Presenter (BIO)

Myrna Milani earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Capital University (Columbus, Ohio) and a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Her interest in and study of the relationship between humans and animals as it affects the health and behavior of both led her to write seven books for the general public.

Dr Milani’s other professional activities include presenting material at professional meetings sponsored by the Illinois and New Hampshire state veterinary associations, Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association, Midwestern Veterinary Conference, North American Veterinary Conference, Student American Veterinary Medical Association Symposium, International Society of Anthrozoology, Association of Animal Behavioral Professionals, International Association of Animal Behavioral Consultants, Tuft’s Center for Animals and Public Policy, the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, and the New England Federation of Humane Societies. Topics explored include feline behavior, the physiological, behavioral, and bond factors associated with companion canine aggression, the role of human and animal emotion as it relates to companion animal health and behavior, feline elimination problems, and the fundamentals of ethology for animal-care professionals. She served as keynote speaker at the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation’s “Frontiers in Veterinary Medicine” program at Purdue University and the Sheba Symposium on Feline Health and Behavior in Vienna, Austria, and as plenary speaker for the International Society of Anthrozoology. In 2009, she was awarded the Lilly Lectureship for the advancement of veterinary and public understanding of the human-companion animal bond. She has taught Animal Behavior, Wildlife Ecology and Bioethics on the college level, and courses in companion animal behavior and the bond for the general public.

In addition to doing private behavior/bond client consultations primarily on a referral basis, she serves as a consultant to non-profit and for-profit organizations regarding animal-related issues. As a function of her previous work as a spokesperson, she discussed canine and feline care and behavioral problems with thousands of owners and professionals at shows and events, including those in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit, Dallas, Miami, and New York City (Madison Square Garden). She has been interviewed regarding various aspects of the human-animal bond on numerous television shows including "Today," "Regis and Kathy Lee," "Good Morning New York," and the "NBC Nightly News." Her television credits also include an hour show on feline behavior for ESPN. The author also has contributed to articles published in the "Miami Herald," "Los Angeles Times," "Chicago Tribune," "Christian Science Monitor, API and Reuters news services papers, plus "Parenting," "New Woman," "Dog Fancy," "Cat Fancy," "DogWorld," "The Whole Dog Journal," "Prevention," and other magazines. In addition to supplying information for articles in "Prevention," she has served as a source of bond- and behavioral information for other Rodale Press publications such as their pet magazine and health books for the general public, and assisted Bulldog Productions in compiling the background for the Rodale-sponsored, award-winning PBS series, "Pets in the Family" on which she appeared in two segments. Her radio work runs the gamut from three-hour listener call-in marathons in San Francisco and Indianapolis, to in-depth discussions of specific behavior or bond-related topics. In keeping with the times, her work has expanded to include on-line interviews, blogging, and podcasting. Her blog and podcasts have been named one of the top 50 written by veterinarians and one of the top 100 for pet owners by the staff of Veterinary Technician Schools Online.

Dr. Milani is the founder and owner of TippingPoint, Inc., an organization devoted to the advancement of our understanding of the interaction between animal health, behavior, and the human-animal relationship. She lives in Charlestown, New Hampshire.

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