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Behavioral Issues

Behavioral Issues

A good behaviorist is one of the best tools you can have! When working with a behaviorist, you should make sure that you are working with a Certified Cat Behavior Consultant (CCBC). Today’s behaviorists are the best detectives you can have. They will assess your case thoroughly, ask for your Vet records in advance, and give you a “get well plan.”

Most Behaviorists charge $300 or so. They will send you a very detailed Questionnaire. They will schedule a Video conference with you and your cat(s) and ask you to show them around your house, so that they can provide you with helpful solutions.

A good Behaviorist should be a trusted member of your “team,” just as your Veterinarian should be.

Behaviorists can help with:

  • Inappropriate Urination
  • Aggression
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Counter-surfing
  • Door-darting
  • Scratching or Biting
  • Extreme vocalization

 

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