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Behavior Consultations

A behavior consultation is recommended for behaviors that are elicited through fear, anxiety, or aggression.

At your wit’s end? Upset and exhausted by your pet’s behavior? Feel like giving up, but know it would break your heart? Our certified behavior consultants will help you understand the root causes of your pet’s problem behavior(s) and help develop a behavior modification program that best suits you and your family.

We want our dogs and cats to be well-behaved, happy pets, which live sociably and happily as part of our families. But sometimes things go wrong, and seeking expert help is a responsible solution. All consults include an in-depth assessment and custom behavior plan, followed up with detailed guidance and coaching to achieve results.

Do you have pet insurance? Many pet insurance companies cover behavior therapy with a certified behavior consult. Ask your veterinarian for a referral.

Available for in-person at facility, in-home and/or virtual appointments.

Dog Behavior Consultation

Dog behavior package: $375 (travel fees may apply for in-home)

  • The initial 1.5 – 2- hour behavior consult
  • Written behavior modification and training plan
  • Report sent to Vet if requested
  • Handouts with homework
  • Ongoing email/text/phone support
  • Priority booking for follow-up sessions

Common problem behaviors addressed:

  • Aggression toward people
  • Aggression toward other dogs/cats
  • Dysfunctional/OCD behaviors
  • Separation anxiety
  • Destructive behaviors
  • Fears & Phobias
  • Reactivity

Contact us now to get the help you need.

Virtual Feline Behavior Consultation

Navigating common issues such as urinating outside of the box, fear or aggression can damage your relationship with your cat. Your consultant will provide insight to help you interpret your cat’s needs and draw out the behaviors that you want to see instead.

Cat behavior package $185: 

  • The initial 1-hour consult 
  • Written behavior modification and training plan
  • Report sent to Vet if requested
  • Handouts with homework
  • On-going email/text/phone support

Common problems addressed:

  • Human-directed aggression
  • Cat-cat housemate issues
  • Anxiety or fear-related issues
  • Litterbox and/or marking 
  • Cat-dog issues or integration
  • Enrichment ideas
  • Understanding cat’s needs and behavior

Contact us now to get the help you need.