Linda is interested in dog behavior.
Working with families whose pets have problematic behaviors is a need in our community. I enjoy helping people more fully understand their pets, and together, we create plans, including behavior modification, training and medication as necessary to help the pet dog or cat improve its quality of life, and the entire family’s enjoyment of their pet.
I work with families whose dogs have anxiety behaviors and will consider working with dog and cat patients who have aggressive behaviors, depending upon the family circumstances. I also enjoy working with families whose cats exhibit house-soiling behaviors and interact aggression.
Address: New Bedford
02740Major Interest in Animal Behavior:
I work with house-soiling behaviors in cats, as well as interact aggression. With dogs, I work with anxiety behaviors, and will work with some dogs who have exhibited aggression. I believe that the relationship between the family and the pets is very important in treating behavior problems and focus on building a trusting and positive relationship between pets and people.Academic Degrees, Schools & Dates:
Tufts University, Bachelor of Science, Biology, 1984.
Tufts University, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, 1988.Professional Memberships:
American Veterinary Medical Association
Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association
Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association