Warmest Wishes and Happiest of Holidays to all!
With some types of dog behavior we also have to adjust our own expectations of our dogs which can be a challenge. Thanks to Christopher's help we enjoy every day, take challenges as they come and have the tools to manage. The most rewarding thing is that I have grown in my confidence which Ike has responded to as he will look at me for direction and has become much more affectionate as well. Christopher is a key part of "Team Ike" and we both look forward to our annual checkup with him!Monica C. Little Canada,MN
Here is a link to an article that Dr. Pachel was quoted in regarding declawing cats.
With the addition of 5 new Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorists to the College, you may be asking yourself what is a Veterinary Behaviorist? How can a Veterinary Behaviorist help you and your pet? How does a veterinarian become one (hint.. A LOT of hard work!)? For the answer to these questions and a lot more, please visit the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists website.