Behavioral problems can be a big challenge in veterinary practice. They include a host of undesirable behaviors that are commonly resistant to treatment or only respond to potent behavior modification pharmaceuticals which have a variety of adverse effects. In traditional Chinese veterinary medicine (TCVM), behavior problems are considered as Shen (or Mind) disturbance(s) and have 4 primary TCVM Patterns. This paper will discuss how to make a TCVM Pattern diagnosis and selection of a detailed acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine treatment for each pattern. Clinical case studies and evidence-based research on behavior modification associated with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine will also be presented.
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