We love our pets. They are part of our family.
But when they behave in ways that negatively affect our lives, bother our loved ones or even put others in danger, it becomes stressful, frustrating and difficult to live with them and can significantly affect and damage the bond and relationship we have with them.
Behavioural problems can result from underlying fear, anxiety, stress, genetic or learned components and medical conditions and can be complex to evaluate.
A Veterinary Behaviourist is in the unique position to diagnose both behavioural conditions and medical conditions that can cause or affect a pet’s behaviour. Oftentimes, training alone will not solve the problem and we require a different approach.
German Veterinary Clinic is the first in the region to offer a comprehensive Veterinary Behaviour Service so we can address not only the physical, but also the mental and emotional health of your pet.