Pet Behavior Counseling
Has your pet changed drastically? Does your cat or dog seem like an entirely different animal? The veterinarian staff at Stanton Pet Hospital, in Stanton, is here to help. We offer behavior counseling services for pets. Keep reading to learn more.
Potential Behavior Issues with Pets
There are many behavior issues that pets may have. Many of these issues stem from boredom, illness, and your animal’s instincts. Some pet owners give up on their pets when they start displaying aggression, after having tried and failed to correct it. Many of these pets end up in shelters because no one wants to give them a chance. We can help prevent pets ending up in shelters with our pet behavior counseling services.
Dogs and cats share a few undesirable behaviors. Below are some of the things your cat or dog may do, or ways they may act, that can be corrected:
- Noise anxiety
- Fear of animals, objects, and people
- Chronic barking
- Aggression towards animals and people
- Compulsive or aggressive behavior like pacing or licking
- Separation anxiety
- Possessive aggression
- Destructive digging or chewing
Benefits of Behavior Counseling
Behavior counseling offers many benefits. These include diagnosing and correcting your pet's poor behavior, improving your pet's behavior, strengthening the bond between you and your pet, determining if there is an underlying health issue causing these behaviors, and more. Please contact us for more information about our pet behavior counseling services and how we can help you and your pet out!
How a Veterinarian can Help with Behavior Issues to Keep You and Your Pet Happy
Our veterinarian staff, at Stanton Pet Hospital, will gladly assist in pet behavior counseling to improve your pet's behavior and keep you and your pet happy. Obedience issues can also be remedied with pet counseling. Medication, environmental changes, and behavior modification exercises may be recommended by our veterinarian, based on the type of behavior your pet is displaying.
Come visit our office or call us to make an appointment for pet behavior counseling. Once a diagnosis is reached and a treatment plan is made, we can start modifying and improving your dog’s or cat's behavior. We want you both to go home happy and closer than before you came in to see us!
Your Stanton Pet Hospital Veterinarian
Make an appointment today so we can diagnose and treat your cat’s or dog's behavior with our pet behavior counseling services. You can visit us at Stanton Pet Hospital, 8591 Katella Ave. Stanton, CA 90680. You can also make an appointment over the phone with us by calling (714) 828-5891.