Our mission is to diagnose and treat common behavioral problems in companion animals. These include:
- Aggression/Anxiety Disorders
- Elimination Disorders
- Phobias and Fears
- Sterotypic/Compulsive Behaviors
The full consultation involves review of history forms and in-person interview followed by discussion of the diagnosis and treatment plan. Additional support via phone and email is included with the cost of the consultation fee to assist in implementing the treatment recommendations. The full consultation can last from 1-2 hours and follow up appointments are typically 30-60 minutes in duration. Therapy of behavior disorders can be complex and time consuming, so a commitment to the pet is essential to increase the likelihood of success.
Prior to the appointment, we will send you a behavior questionnaire (or you may choose to download it directly from the site). We also ask you to have your regular vet send over a year's worth of your pet's medical history, plus any lab results.
Full Consultation Fee: $580
- Includes evaluation of your pet's history, discussion of diagnosis and treatment plan, a written summary of the consultation, 4 months of email/telephone follow up, a follow up visit (no additional charge) within 3 months of the initial consultation, and reporting to your veterinarian.
- Charges for lab work, behavior equipment, and medication (if indicated) are additional
- If medication is dispensed, a 4 month follow-up consultation is required for continued case evaluation and refilling of medication
- Non-Behavioral procedures will be directed back to your referring veterinarian.
Level II Follow-Up Consultation Fee: $350
- For clients who have at some point in time completed an Initial Consultation period with their pet, but feel that follow-up is still warranted.
- Includes 30-60 minute consultation, written report, 4 months of email/telephone follow up, and reporting to your veterinarian.
- The need for follow up visits vary from case to case.
Vet-to-Vet Consultation: $275
- Includes review of patient history and consultation with the patient's veterinarian.
- This is meant for veterinarians who have an interest in behavior but need some guidance in managing a case.
- The pet owner completes the appropriate history forms, returns them to our office where they are reviewed. A report is compiled, forwarded to the regular veterinarian and we have a consultation with the veterinarian to help arrive at a diagnosis and treatment plan.
- All communication with the pet owner is through the regular veterinarian.
- The pet's regular veterinarian would assign their own charges to the pet owner