During a home visit, a veterinarian will evaluate your pet’s age, breed, lifestyle, activity level, individual health concerns, and behavior. If you have any specific concerns about your pet’s behavior, we can make appropriate recommendations and referrals to a board-certified pet behaviorist. If you are looking for online pet behavior counseling help, a virtual vet visit may be an excellent option, especially if your dog is anxious or aggressive around strangers in your home.
Why At-Home Pet Behavior Counseling
When you are looking for general pet behavior advice, asking your BetterVet team for help is a great place to start. While we are not board-certified behavior specialists, our veterinary doctors are trained to assess behavior problems. Asking and answering questions about your pet’s behavior is part of our comprehensive exam process. By choosing a mobile vet to come to you, we will evaluate your pet at home, without adding the stress of a car ride or an unfamiliar clinic. We also offer video consultation appointments, which is also a great option for anxious pets. If we feel that your pet’s behavior requires the assistance of a board-certified behavior specialist, we can work closely with a veterinary behaviorist of your choice. To locate a pet behavior specialist in your area, you can visit The American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB)’s website.
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