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...
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...
Address: 9022 Mason Dr
I am a Veterinarian who has studied cat and dog behavior for many years. I want to help you and your pets have a fun, relaxed relationship no matter where you are or what is happening. Human and animal interactions should be joyful for both parties, not frustrating, annoying or scary. My goal is to help you have the best Read more...
Address: 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...
Dr. Johnson is a general practitioner with a special interest in behavioral health and low stress handling. Her qualifications include level three Fear Free Certification as well as Low Stress Handling Silver Certification. Dr. Johnson offers remote behavior consulting as well as vet-to-vet consultation in addition to wellness care. She spends her free time working on Committed to Claws, an Read more...
Address: Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center #2201 VDPAM, 1809 South Riverside Drive, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 50011
I assist clients with animal behavior and animal welfare challenges, with particular interest in livestock, poultry and equine species. In my role as Professor at Iowa State University, I mentor the AVSAB Student Chapter, and lead the animal behavior and animal welfare research, teaching and professional practice programs in the veterinary college. Read more...
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