Dr. Liz O'Brien DVM and feline patient working on behavioural counselling

Behaviour Counselling

Behavioural problems of pets are common in veterinary medicine. It can be devastating when a cat develops unwanted behaviours and it is often difficult for an owner to understand or determine why this might be happening.

Many house cats are bored or frustrated and this can lead to problems such as aggression, house soiling, and destructive behaviours. If addressed promptly some behaviour issues can be quickly resolved.

Regardless of how long your cat's behaviour trait has been established, our knowledgeable staff can help you discover what is really going on and come up with a plan to try and solve the issue. Solutions may include environmental modification, medication and referral.