What is a behaviorist & what do they do?
A behaviorist is responsible for evaluating a dog to determine what problems are going on, why they are going on and coming up with a plan to correct the issues. In other words the behaviorist looks into the canine mind to figure out how the dog thinks and lets owners understand why the behavior is occurring and then comes up with a plan to correct it.
How do I know if I need a Behaviorist or a Trainer?
Many times we have an owner call up and tell us that their dog listens or follows commands but gets aggressive during specific situations. This is a prime example of someone who needs a behaviorist and not a trainer
We exclusively handle cases of aggression or anxiety issues.
- Behavioral Evaluation
- Boarding and At Facility Training
- Court Evaluations
- Dog-to-Dog Aggression / Inter-species Aggression
- Geriatric Consultations
- Expert Witness Testimony