Dr. Haug is currently in private practice in the Houston, Texas area. Prior to that, she was a lecturer with the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, at Texas A&M University. Dr. Haug received her DVM at Texas A&M University in 1993 and an MS in Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 2003. She is board certified through the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists, has her CPDT designation, and is endorsed by NADOI.
In addition to working for a major university, Dr. Haug has worked in veterinary clinics, so she has a good understanding of the practical issues of veterinarians and trainers. Dr. Haug currently spends 75% of her clinical time lecturing professional students in the areas of general and behavioral medicine. She also teaches didactic electives in the field of animal behavior for year 1-3 professional students. Dr. Haug has written numerous professional articles, client protocols, is a member of the AVMA, ACVB, AVSAB, IAABC and APDT. She lectures extensively to various organizations on a variety of topics, both medical and behavioral.
- Basic Behavioral Neuroanatomy
- Common Medical Problems That Can Affect Behavior
- Drug Therapy for Canine Behavior Problems: What, When, Why and How
- Familiar Interdog Aggression
- Feline Medical Disorders That Can Affect Behavior
- Introduction to Neurobiology of Behavior and Learning– Parts I and II
- Noise Phobias
- Nutrients and Behavior
- Repetitive Behaviors
- The Role of Diet and Nutrition in Behavior Therapy
- Separation Anxiety