Thank You to our 2022 Sponsors:  

The Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians(SVBT) enriches human animal interactions by promoting scientifically based techniques of training, management, and behavior modification. SVBT provides a forum for discussion and continuing education while working with allied professional organizations to strengthen the veterinary health care team.

The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) is a group of veterinarians and research scientists dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through an understanding of animal behavior.  AVSAB's mission is to promote the understanding of applied animal behavior through collaborative, scientific efforts that foster compassionate and respectful interactions with animals.  


  clinical behavior education For Your entire veterinary team  

New location alert!

Anti-Cruelty Society

Chicago, IL ​

​October 13-15, 2023

​Register Here

16.5 Behavior Focused CE Hours

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​You can give your  patients 

better care

Simple behavior techniques help you

and your patients

A comprehensive

team approAch 

All staff members contribute to a low-stress, positive experience for clients and patients




It all starts here

Bringing Behavior into your practice.  Learn what you can do to benefit your staff, your patients, and your clients.



Meet the Organizations that make it happen!

​​CABC Photo Gallery

Thank you to our speakers, sponsors, and attendees for all the support this year! We can't wait to see you next year at our new location!

The Academy of Veterinary Behavior Technicians  (AVBT) exists to promote excellence in the discipline of veterinary behavior medicine. The AVBT will provide a process by which veterinary technicians may become certified as a Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) in the field of behavior. The veterinary technician who becomes certified as a VTS (Behavior) will demonstrate superior knowledge in scientifically – and humanely – based techniques of behavior health, problem prevention, training, management, and behavior modification. The AVBT will advance the skills of veterinary technicians within the discipline of animal behavior and further their recognition as critical components of the veterinary behavior team in creating, maintaining, and strengthening the human-animal bond.