The key to managing behavior problems in pets is pinpointing the exact cause. First, you want to be sure that the behavior you’re dealing with isn’t actually a symptom of an underlying medical issue. For instance, urinating outside the litter box may seem like misbehavior, but may actually be a side effect of an infection. If there is no medical cause for your pet’s behavior, the next step is determining if that behavior is a component of a bigger problem. For example, destructive behavior can actually be a symptom of anxiety or fear. Only when we get to the bottom of the problem can we effectively address that problem in a way that will get results.
Some of the behavior issues we can provide assistance with include:
- House training problems
- Destructive behavior
- Excessive barking
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
If you’re struggling with these or any other pet behavior problems, you don’t face the battle alone. Let us arm you with everything you need to overcome that negative behavior once and for all and help restore peace and balance back into your home.