Why need Animal Behaviour Veterinary

Common Behavioural Problems for Dogs as below:

  • Fear and anxiety
  • Aggression
  • Compulsive disorders
  • Separation related problems
  • Inappropriate toileting
  • Noise phobias
  • Destructive behaviour
  • Handling problems
  • Unruly behaviour

Most behavioural problems can be improved through proper training. For example, positive reward-based methods are most effective way. Aversive techniques or gadgets such as shock collars and choke chains are never used. However, if training cannot solve it, you may need a veterinary behaviourist who offers a comprehensive professional service in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of behavioural disorders. A veterinary behaviourist will evaluate the problem case, and to integrate information about the animal’s development, environment, behaviour and health including medical issues that may influence behaviour and then to select appropriate treatment from a range of options.

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