Veterinary Behavior Expertise You Can Trust
If your relationship with your pet is causing you stress, you both can benefit from the expertise of our behavior doctors. Think of us as veterinary psychiatrists. Veterinary behavioral science is rooted in both medical expertise and extensive knowledge of emotional response patterns.
Dr. Lisa Radosta is one of only 90 board-certified veterinary behaviorists in the United States. She is also a world class lecturer, author and teacher who has helped countless pets with emotional and behavioral issues. She and her team can help rebuild the loving connection between you and your pet.
Photo Courtesy of: Alison Gerken DVM
Our Specialty – Helping Families Stay Together
The number one reason for companion animal abandonment is problematic behavior. Since our founding in 2006, we have helped countless pets and pet parents form meaningful, loving, and long-lasting connections in the face of great odds. It requires time, patience, and understanding. Our highly skilled behavior doctors and technicians take a holistic approach to your pet’s behavioral health, focusing on physical and emotional wellness, as well as environmental and lifestyle factors, to address behavioral issues and boost overall quality of life.
We are passionate about the mental and physical well-being of animals. Everyone on our team is committed to helping the most vulnerable among us. As pet parents ourselves, we’re also very cognizant of the precious and irreplaceable bond that exists between you and your pet and we base our methods and recommendations on what best nurtures that bond over the course of your pet’s lifetime.
Alexandra and Gil
Joyce and Regan
Jennifer and Bella
More Ways We Can Help
Check Out Dr. Radosta’s book
“From Fearful to Fear Free. A positive program for fearful dog”
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Dr. Radosta teaches online courses with one-on-one coaching to help you understand and help your pet get better.
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