One of the most important things we can do as a partner in your pet’s health is to support the bond you have with your pet. Key to that is helping you with training and behavior problems.
When there’s a behavior change, it’s always important to first determine if there’s a medical issue causing the problem. Once that is ruled out, our veterinarians and staff can assist you with a plan to address the issue so both you and your pet have a better quality of life and maintain your good relationship. Our veterinarians are members of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, and are trained to diagnose and treat the most common canine and feline behavior problems including:
- House Soiling
- Puppy/Kitten Issues
- Separation Anxiety
- Noise Phobias
- Cognitive Dysfunction
Treatment plans are individualized to your pet’s specific issues and will likely include environmental management and behavior modifications. In some cases, medication may be the best solution. Keep in mind that behavior problems can be complex and may take time and patience to resolve.
FAQs About Puppies and Dogs!
The most frequent inquiries we get concern the training of puppies and behavior problems in dogs. Below are some of the most common issues. Just click on the question and it will take you to further reading and advice about the issue from a reputable source.