2016-07-26 07.18.24If you are living with excessive barking, chewing, spraying, digging, house soiling, anxiety disorders, cognitive disorders, compulsive disorders, aggression, and more— our Behavior Medicine Division can help.

Our board-certified veterinary behaviorist has extensive companion animal and behavior medicine experience and is one of fewer than 70 board-certified veterinary behaviorists throughout North America. Dedicated to strengthening the human-animal bond and ensuring that animals’ physical and behavioral needs are addressed, the Behavior Medicine Division provides:

  • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
  • Behavior Consultation
  • Behavior Modification
  • Pharmaceuticals, Nutraceuticals, Pheromones, and Behavior Modification Products
  • Follow-Up Services that Meet Pets’ Specific Needs

Our Behavior Medicine Team works closely with force-free, positive reinforcement based trainers for additional hands-on and in-home individual help if needed.