Animal Behavioral Medicine Service

 

Undesirable behaviours can be simple or quite complex and can have many different causes. Behaviour changes can be either the result of an underlying disease, a normal yet unpleasant behaviour or a primary behavioral problem such as anxiety, hyperactivity and phobias.

The veterinary behaviorist is a specialist trained in the psychology of learning, behavioral genetics, behavioral physiology, psychopharmacology and behavioral endocrinology. A behaviorist can therefore analyse both the medical and behavioral components of a problem. From there, the specialist will be able to determine whether the animal needs behavioral therapy, elaborate a therapeutic plan and prescribe medication when indicated.

This service is for current patients of the Behavioral Medicine Service only. No request will be accepted for animals that are not followed by our team.

Request for follow-up (one time)

Request for follow-up (for 6 months)

Prescription renewal (non urgent)

Prescription renewal (urgent)