All consultations are conducted by a veterinary behaviorist and licensed veterinarian. Consultations involve a detailed behavioral history, behavior profile with temperament evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment plan. A written treatment plan is provided that includes behavioral and environmental modification and training recommendations. Anxiety-relieving medications may be prescribed/recommended pending your pet's condition.
Common behavioral disorders we treat
- Aggression - All types of aggression, including human, or pet directed aggression.
- Anxiety, Fears, and Phobias - Most commonly, separation anxiety, generalized anxiety, thunderstorm phobia, or specific fears unique to your pet.
- Inappropriate Elimination - House soiling, marking, submissive/excitement urination.
- Compulsive and Repetitive Behaviors - Circling, tail chasing, fly snapping, excessive grooming such as coat or fur damaging behavior.
- Geriatric Disorders - Nocturnal restlessness/anxiety, excessive vocalization, aggression, cognitive dysfunction.
- Prevention of Behavior Problems - Fear, anxiety, or aggression when introducing new pets or with the arrival of a new born baby.