Behavioural issues can affect a dog or cat at any point in their life. But panic not, we are here to help.
Are you struggling with any of the following with your dog or cat?:
*Anxiety e.g. noise phobia, difficulty travelling in the car
*Abnormal behaviour: chewing; tail-chasing
*Worried about how to introduce a new baby
*Unsure how to introduce new animals together
How we can help
Registered Veterinary nurse, Cara is very experienced having a certificate in animal behaviour and having successfully run behavioural clinics in the past. The great advantage of VetCare@Home is we can bring this service to the comfort of your own home, to work with you and your family – a real plus for any anxious or agitated pet.
As with most things in life, there is no magic pill or quick fix for many problems. It takes time and dedication, but with patience you will move forwards.
If you have a new puppy and would like help and advice on a issue don’t leave it too late. It is best to tackle potential behavioural issues while they are young and learning before bad habits and behaviours stick . However if you’ve an older pet, the phrase ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ doesn’t ring true – and that’s where we can come in with positive reinforcement methods and a plan to suit you and your pet.
Cara’s behaviour modification plans are specific to you and your pet and she works closely with you to achieve your goals.
You can contact Cara on 01773 302220 to arrange a consultation to discuss your issue, and work on a tailored plan of action.