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Dog Behavior Consultants
Address: PO Box 331
A behavior analyst, consulting mainly with zoos providing support with learning solutions based on the universal principles of behavior, custom fit to the individual learner. Present a wide variety of seminars focused on how animals learn and how to develop behavior interventions that are humane and effective. Read more...
Address: St Charles
About Dr McClure — Doctorate in Neuroscience & Behavior — Member of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) — Certified FearFree℠ Professional — Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA) — Over 15 years professional experience in animal behavior — Research background in canine behavioral genomics — Former college faculty of canine science & behavior — Former USMC working dog Read more...
Address: 285 Wadsworth Blvd
After spending my first year in Colorado working as a relief veterinarian as well as providing home behavior consultations to pet owners, I have decided to put down roots at Lakewood Veterinary Hospital where I will continue to offer behavior services in addition to providing general preventive, medical, and surgical care. Read more...
Address: 170 North St
Dr. Sperling is a veterinarian at Rye Harrison Veterinary Hospital. She enjoys helping owners solve behavior problems with their pets and create a better relationship between themselves and their pet. Dr. Sperling is Free Free Level 3 Certified. Read more...
Address: 1486 Electric Ave
I am a general practitioner with a special interest in behavioral health and low stress handling. My qualifications include being a diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioner in Canine and Feline Practice as well as Fear Free Certification . I attend regular continuing education in behavior and am enrolled in Living and Learning with Animals, instructed by Dr Read more...
Behavior consultations at your home or farm with horses and dogs. Horse behavior issues including fear, avoidance, and aggression. Low-stress handling for routine health care procedures. Dog behavior issues, including separation anxiety, dog-dog reactivity, and aggression. Dangerous dog evaluations. Read more...