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Behaviour

We are able to offer advice on modifying behaviour, dealing with problem behaviour and training

Animal Behaviour

Behaviour problems can be distressing for you and your pet. They can also put other pets - and people - at risk.

There can be many reasons why a pet's behaviour becomes challenging. Some of the most common issues  include:

  • Changes to family circumstances, such as a new family member (human or pet) and divorce
  • Moving house
  • A change in routine, such as less exercise or less interaction with humans or other animals
  • A trauma, such as an attack from another animal or an incident with fireworks

Our vets are able to offer advice on modifying behaviour, dealing with problem behaviour and training. We are here to help and support you and your pet.

If you would like to talk to someone about your pet's behaviour, call us on 02476 602564.

  • Can you help with my pet's behaviour?
  • How can I help my dog accept our new baby?

Can you help with my pet's behaviour?

Yes. Our vets are able to offer advice on modifying behaviour, dealing with problem behaviour and training.

Get in touch to make an appointment with one of our vets to discuss your concerns further.

How can I help my dog accept our new baby?

Changes to family circumstances, like the arrival of a new baby, can be unsettling for a pet.

Seeking advice from an expert such as your vet or a behaviourist can help you to make the transition easier.

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