Behavior Counseling

Our behavioral consultations look at the bigger picture of pet behavior. Our goal is to first determine if any medical issues are causing certain behaviors. If so, we work with you to get your pet the medical treatment he or she may need. Then, we'll work directly with you to ensure healthy behaviors and tools moving forward. Consistency and patience can certainly lead to positive behavior changes.

Let's get to the root of a behavior Issue

Let's get to the root of a behavior Issue

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Pet behaviors that may warrant an appointment with us

If you observe any of the behaviors below, give us a call. Many times these have an underlying medical condition that can be treated to get your pet back to behaving like themselves.

  • Sudden phobias (a fear of something)
  • Anxiety (rapid heart rate and increased alertness)
  • Aggression
  • Attacking without provocation
  • House-training aversions
  • Going outside the litter box
  • Urine marking within your house
  • Inability to Sleep
  • Constant licking, over-grooming, or other repetitive behaviors
    Excessive meowing or barking for no reason

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