Our hospital offers counseling for issues that may be affecting your pet. These issues could range from a pet being overweight and needing nutritional counseling to changes in behavior that require behavior modification. If your pet is experiencing pain, house soiling, irritability, aggression, anxiety or compulsive behaviors, consult your pet’s veterinarian. Our team is able to help find the root cause of your pet’s problem and devise a treatment plan. If the problem is beyond our staff’s ability to treat, we will refer you to another trusted and trained professional for assistance.
Behavior problems can be very troubling and owners can feel powerless when their attempts to intervene fail to resolve these problems. If your pet is exhibiting signs such as aggression, fear, anxiety, phobias, house soiling or other strange behaviors, please see your veterinarian for further information. We will first eliminate any medical causes for the behavioral issue, then can discuss ways to address the behavioral problems.... Read more
Nutritional needs can vary based on your cat’s age, weight and medical conditions. Cats with certain medical conditions such as liver, kidney, bladder, or heart disease often require specific nutritional therapy to minimize symptoms of their disease. If your cat needs to lose a few pounds, we can come up with a diet plan and ideal calorie count per day.... Read more