Dr. Krause suggests that you talk with your primary care veterinarian first about your pet's behavior issue and have a medical evaluation done. Some medical conditions can impact behavior. Also, it is important that your pet is in good general health while treating a behavior issue.
A lot of information will be gathered from you before the actual behavior consultation. You will be asked to complete a comprehensive behavior questionnaire. Your primary care veterinarian will also be asked to furnish any applicable medical and behavioral history. This information is invaluable and will be reviewed thoroughly prior to the consultation.
You may be asked to capture relevant behavior on video (ONLY if it can be accomplished without ANY danger to any humans or animals).
It is suggested to explore this entire website, including the Frequently Asked Questions Page, before making an appointment.
Call to make an appointment: (734)454-7470