It is estimated that more dogs and cats die annually as a result of behavior problems than all infectious diseases combined. Often these animals are destroyed because the owners are not aware of any other solution. Over the past 25 years, the field of veterinary behavior has been developed in response to this desperate need. Animals with behavior problems may suffer from neurochemical imbalances, medical conditions, learned fearful associations, and conflicts over rules and social structure. Protocols to treat many common behavioral problems have been devised and have helped countless animals and their owners preserve their bonds.
Anxiety-separation and generalized
Aggression - toward people or other animals
Inappropriate elimination - urination & defecation
Phobias - thunderstorm, noise, novel situations
Ingestion of inappropriate materials