In these sessions, we'll address your animal's behavior challenges. Some examples include aggression, fearfulness, anxiety, trauma, reactivity, destructiveness, self-harming behaviors, inappropriate potty behaviors, excessive vocalization, and more.
All or our techniques are gentle, fun, and backed by scientific research.
During these sessions we'll address issues around aggression and reactivity one-on-one with your dog. You'll come away with the tools you need to get started, a written treatment plan, and follow-up options. Sometimes these sessions require the behaviorist to work closely with your veterinarian.
These sessions address any behavioral issue in non-dog companion animals. Like the above option, you'll come away with the tools you need to get started, a written treatment plan, and follow-up options. Sometimes these sessions require the behaviorist to work closely with your veterinarian.
These 45-minute sessions are for humans only---the animal stays at home. For many people, just a chat with the behaviorist about their animal's issues can help you make big steps toward behavior change.
Trainers are experts at teaching healthy, normal pets desirable behaviors. They excel at teaching manners, tricks, and advanced skills to individuals and groups of pets and their people.
Animal behaviorists are qualified to rehabilitate troubled pets, differentiate between normal and abnormal behaviors, and provide in-depth behavior modification plans that include medication (if needed), management, and training strategies that you can implement at home.
If your pet isn't showing "normal" behaviors, or you're not sure, you may need an animal behaviorist. Most likely, we can help you determine which you need (at no cost to you) during our initial conversation.