Behavioral problems in pets can hinder the development of a fulfilling relationship between pets and their owners. Our well-qualified and knowledgeable veterinarians and staff are experienced in identifying and addressing the causes of a variety of behavioral problems. Though our approach is rooted in the principles of behavioral medicine, we recognize the effectiveness of proper pet-owner interactions and pet training as a means of curbing undesirable and unsafe behaviors.
These techniques can be used to treat a variety of behavioral problems in dogs and cats, including:
- House training issues
- Aggression toward people and other animals
- Noise phobias
- Inappropriate urination/defecation
- Inappropriate excitability
"All staff members are caring and compassionate and always pleasant. Your facility is a state-of-the-art place and your health staff the best. I will always feel you saved our little wire-haired dachshund’s life a few years back."