An applied animal behaviorist is a person with an advanced degree in a related field who consults with clients, provides detailed behavior modification plans, and can recognize normal vs abnormal behaviors.
At Downstay, Dr. Brown provides private consultations and education for clients with dogs, cats, rabbits, and parrots.
Download your free copy of 10 questions to help you think about your strengths and challenges surrounding your relationship with your pet.
If you have a behavior issue affecting your companion animal, you can get help.
We provide help by phone and Skype for people who need some guidance or information.
This is our running list of training tools and other resources that we've reviewed and endorsed.
In our articles you can read our recommendations and join us as we reflect on human and animal relationships.
Shelters for families fleeing domestic violence rarely accept pets. A portion of all of our profits go to supporting our HomeSafe project.
The C-BARQ is a questionnaire-based tool from UPenn Vet School that can help us understand your dog's behavior and temperament.