At our West Chester veterinary hospital, our vets can help correct problematic behaviors with behavior training.
Just like people, our pets have personalities all their own! While every dog is unique, some of their behaviors may be problematic - or even dangerous to their health. That's where the team at West Chester Veterinary Medical Center can help.
Carrie Woodcock, our Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, brings extensive experience in behavior training for a wide range of cat and dog breeds, and can provide advice on your specific requirements.
Our team has extensive experience in behavior training with a range of breeds to help them and their owners live harmoniously.
Whether it's a private session, group class or day training, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner can provide tips, practical instruction and advice that makes the difference.
Once you and your vet decide whether your pet requires behavior training, it's time to consider which type of training or treatment would be the best fit. Behavior training can take many forms, including:
We would be happy to explain each of these options to you and help you determine which one your pet needs.
There are a number of potential benefits to behavior training for dogs. Here are a few benefits to consider:
Despite our best efforts, our dogs can develop bad habits, unwanted behaviors or behavior problems that need professional attention and correction. We can address potty issues, running out open doors, jumping up on or nipping people.
Not only will these behaviors be addressed, you'll also learn how to redirect their actions to more appropriate behavior.
While part of behavior training focuses on addressing negative or unwanted behaviors in your dog, it will also help you build a solid, trusting relationship and afford opportunities for continued learning - for both you and your pet.
Confident, stimulated and fulfilled dogs are well-behaved dogs. Behavior training will help both of you feel more fulfilled - and your dog will enjoy showing off their new skills.
We would be happy to address any questions you may have about behavior training.