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helping to return the calm

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In the UK nearly 70% of referred behavioural cases have an underlying medical condition contributing to the problem behaviour (McPeake et al. 2019).

 

Through a thorough assessment by a veterinary behaviourist, these can be evaluated when providing a behavioural plan for your pet.

Type of pets we treat

Dog's Portrait

Aggression towards people, aggression towards other animals, general anxiety, noise fears, separation anxiety, inappropriate toileting, repetitive behaviours, fear of the vets as well as others

Neva Masquerade Cat

Inappropriate toileting, aggression towards people or other pets, inter-cat aggression & compulsive behaviours 

References

McPeake, K.J., Hewison, L., Van Haevermaet, H., Pounder, J., Lopes Fagundes, A.L. and Mills, D.S. (2019) Increasing prevalence or improved recognition? – medical problems in canine patients referred to a behaviour referral clinic. In: Heath, S. (ed.) Proceedings of the 12th International Veterinary Behaviour Meeting, Washington D.C., USA. 132-133.

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