Taking the Struggle Out of Common Pet Behaivoral Issues

Different kinds of animals have different issues that are commonly encountered when they become a member of your family. Dogs owners will be taught how to establish rules for their new pup at the first visit with Good Shepherd Vet. No dog is born aggressive, and we work with you to make sure your dog is a positive and happy member of your household.

Cats sometimes scratch at the furniture or bite as a reaction to their environment. If your kitty is behaving in these ways, we can discuss a number of options to curb the destructive behavior.

Birds have behavior issues unique to their gender. Feather picking, aggression with your spouse, or laying too many eggs can be signs that you need behavior counseling.

Issues Addressed with Behavior Counseling

  • Rules for new puppies
  • Feather picking in birds
  • Aggression toward family member
  • Socialization with other animals
  • Scratching or biting
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