Behavior problems in pets are very common and can lead to frustration and a loss in quality of life for pets and their owners. Issues such as aggression, compulsive behavior, anxiety, or house soiling may be the result of underlying medical conditions or environmental factors. Behavioral Therapy takes a holistic approach, evaluating your pet from both a medical and behavioral perspective.
At Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists, our Animal Behaviorist has a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience and more than 25 years of experience studying animal behavior, with more than 15 years of experience treating companion animal behavior. Focusing on positive-based behavior modification and training methods, our program treats dogs, cats, parrots (and other birds) for a myriad of behavioral conditions, including:
In close cooperation with you and your pet’s veterinarian, we will provide a personalized behavior modification plan for your pet. You will receive a diagnosis, behavioral explanation, prognosis, and treatment plan. We work with you, your pet and your pet’s veterinarian as a team; with the goal of producing long-lasting results.