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Dog Behavior Consultants
Address: 5040 Convoy St
Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist providing specialty services based out of San Diego to the Southern California community for over 30 years. Please use our website for further information: www.sdvetbehavior.com Read more...
157.05 milesAddress: 3970 Douglas Blvd
GP Veterinarian with special interest and additional training in behavior. Read more...
240.87 milesAddress: P.O. Box 61791
What is Dr. Cannon’s approach to solving dog behavior problems? As a psychologist with expertise in both human and animal behavior, Dr. Cannon understands how heartbreaking dog behavior problems can be for the humans who love their furry friends. Dog training is an unregulated industry, which means many unqualified people are claiming they can help dogs. Many of these “trainers” Read more...
207.87 milesAddress: Los Angeles
A Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists (CAAB) focused on improving human-animal communication by understanding, preventing, managing, and treating animal behavior issues. Read more...
Address: Department of Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology, 1 Shields Ave.
I am currently Professor of Clinical Animal Behavior, as well as Director of Professional Student Clinical Education, at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. I am board-certified in both veterinary behavior (2001) and veterinary welfare (2014). I received my DVM from the University of Illinois in 1994, and then worked in a small animal exclusive veterinary practice in the Chicago Read more...
164.67 milesAddress: 236 West Portal Avenue #485, San Francisco, CA 94127
Veterinary behavior house call service helping to improve relationships between pets (dogs and cats) and the people who love them using compassionate, evidence-based techniques. Read more...
137.04 milesAddress: 7660 Amador Valley Blvd
Dr. Meredith Stepita grew up in Maryland, but now calls Northern California home. She received her DVM from the University of Tennessee in 2006 and then completed an internship in Arizona. After working in general veterinary practice in the Phoenix area she went on to complete a residency in Clinical Veterinary Behavior at the University of California-Davis. Today Dr. Stepita Read more...