Dr. Brooke Lewis grew up in New Jersey but now calls Madison, Wisconsin her home. Her interest in behavior began as a child when she started to train her first dog Mason, a golden retriever. At that time only adverse training techniques were taught. This never set right with her and soon realized her dogs with her dogs become stronger and they learned better with food and praise rather then corrections. Over the years she sought out more positive techniques which has translated well into every day practice.
Over the last few years sh has pursued additional training through the NAVC institute, completed the certification program for Fear free, and studied Dr. Sophia’s low stress handling techniques.
Dr. Lewis treats a variety of behavioral concerns including but not limited to: anxiety, aggression, unacceptable house soiling, aging/cognitive dysfunction, fears/phobias, rescue evaluations.
She looks forward to meeting you!Academic Degrees, Schools & Dates:
BS: Genetics and Bacteriology 2002
DVM :Oklahoma State University 2006
VSMT- Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy Healing Oasis 2011Major Interest in Animal Behavior:
Anxiety, fears, phobias,
Aggression towards people or animals
House Soiling in dogs and cats
Compulsive and repetitive behaviors
Puppy and kitten socialization
Pet SelectionProfessional Memberships:
AVMA, DCVMA, AAHA, AVSAB,
- Place of BusinessLewis Veterinary Behavior SolutionsAddress: Madison
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