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Services Diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment for all pet behavioral problems (canine, feline, equine, avian, and other companion animals) in clinic and housecall
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
(Office visits and house calls available)
Useful Information Clients are asked to bring include a videotape of the pet's undesired behavior and a log of incidents with a description of the context in which the problem occurs (frequency, duration, location, events or persons involved and a detailed description of the pet's behavior before, during, and after the event). Family members and other household pets may be asked to attend appointments.
We encourage the referring veterinarian to provide a summary of existing medical problems, their current treatment, and treatment prescribed for the behavior problem.
Initial appointments last about two to three hours. A detailed written summary of recommendations is mailed to the clients after the appointment.
Follow-up is usually provided via phone calls or emails. Recheck appointment may be recommended depending on the problem and progress made.
Client Forms (the following forms may be downloaded, filled-in using Microsoft Word and then emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment):
Aggressive Behavior Evaluation Form
Behavior Log, Urination and Defecation Form
Consultation Form Canine, Pre-Admission Form
Consultation Form Feline, Pre-Admission Form