Do you need expert help for your cat?
*Litter box Issues *Aggression *Fear / Anxiety
*Excessive vocalization *Compulsive Behaviors
*Destructive / Unwanted Behaviors
*Introduction (to cat, dog, spouse, baby)
Compassionate, affordable and experienced behavior advice is available.
Having a professional trained and certified in cat behavior evaluate your unique situation and develop an individualized, step by step Behavior Modification Plan can help you not only understand and resolve your cat behavior issues, but improve your bond with your cat long-term.
In-home behavior consults include a detailed history, comprehensive interview, immediate advice, a written Behavior Modification Plan and 2 months of support.
Do you need a behavior consultation?
If you're experiencing behavior issues that are stressful, impacting your life and your relationship with your family or your cat, that you have not been able to resolve on your own, you may need professional behavior advice. Dealing with behavior problems such as litterbox issues and/or aggression are stressful and frustrating experiences. A behavior consult will help you figure out the source of these issues and move forward with a workable solution.
How does the consultation work?
An in-home behavior consult involves completing a detailed medical and behavior history of your cat, a visit to your home to discuss all the issues in detail, and developing a plan to change your cat's behavior. You will learn more about your cat's environmental and emotional needs and make changes to meet those needs in an appropriate way.
I also offer an introductory phone call consult for questions about cat care and behavior. Click on Services to learn more about the consultation options.
Can cats really change their behavior?
Cats are absolutely trainable. Of course, there are factors that affect your cat's ability to learn such as temperament and motivation. Many things can contribute to behavioral issues, and making changes to the environment and your routine may be what your cat needs to adjust his/her behavior.