The purpose of the Animal Behavior Case of the Month feature is to provide readers with clinically relevant information on the evaluation and treatment of behavioral problems in animals. The text for manuscripts submitted for this feature should be organized under the following headings: Statement of the Problem, Signalment, History, Physical Examination Findings and Laboratory Results, Diagnosis, Treatment, Follow-up, and, if necessary, Discussion.
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