Our clinic offers consultations for behaviour cases on a referral basis. Dr. Denenberg sees cases regularly while Dr. Landsberg is not currently taking on new cases. Dr. Denenberg is also travelling to the UK once a month to teach and see cases at the University of Bristol, School of Veterinary Sciences.
In preparation for your visit, you will need to complete a comprehensive questionnaire to provide us with some background about your pet, your family and your home, and to describe the problem and how it has progressed. We also ask that you obtain a history referral form from your veterinarian so that we have a good understanding of what has been done up to the present date. We recommend that you bring any movie clips of your pet's behaviour problems so that we might evaluate them during our visit. Please do not take Videos that may place your pet or anyone else at risk. All forms are available on our website at the behaviour link below. After your consultation, a letter outlining our findings will be sent to your family veterinarian.
Our clinic offers behaviour consultations for all canine and feline behaviour problems. Some of the most common reasons for referral to our behaviour service include aggression, house soiling, destructiveness, phobias, anxiety disorders, destructiveness, unruly and overly excitable pets, excessive vocalization and repetitive disorders or stereotypic behaviour. Consultations for the selection of new puppies and senior pets with signs of senility are also some of their “pet interests”.
For details on our protocol for behaviour consultations and to download our history questionnaire, please click on the behaviour link below.