We come across a variety of behavioural problems at our practise in dogs, cats and even birds. Behavioural changes in your pet does not always mean that he is “just naughty” but can often be attributed to underlying medical problems. That’s why we recommend to carry out a thorough history and clinical examination of your pet, sometimes followed by other medical tests if you notice distinct behavioural change in your pet. This will hopefully get to the source of why your pet is behaving in an unacceptable manner and understand what they are trying to tell us.
What To Expect At Your Consultation
The behaviour consultations at 4 Paws Vet are longer than a regular consultation due to the complex nature of behavioural problems.
Some examples of the more commonly seen problems are cats urinating outside the litter tray, fearful dogs and aggressiveness in both cats and dogs. Behavioural problems should be addressed as soon as the problem starts.
Get Behavioural Issues Sorted!
The longer you let it go on, the more likely it is that your pet will form an undesirable habit that will potentially to be harder to manage or stop.