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.
One of the biggest complaints that we hear from pet owners is that of unwanted behaviors. Regardless of whether you're dealing with a minor nuisance or a more serious problem, behavioral issues can drive a wedge between you and your pet, and make it difficult to embrace them as part of the family. If you're experiencing certain bad habits with your pet, you're not alone.... Read more
"The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. " ~ Ann Wigmore
Deciding what to feed your pet is about much more than just what tastes good. The right diet can provide a solid foundation for a lifetime of good health.... Read more