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
"I have bragged to everyone who has a pet about AMH. Everyone from all of the desk ladies to the ICU techs, to the vets...they all pay special attention to him and treat him like he is their favorite. I thank God for AMH and all of their employees."