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There are often physical or medical reasons that cause a pet to behave in a manner that is challenging to families. Coming the Veterinarian will assist you in determining if there are pharmaceutical or treatment needs that may assist in alleviating issues that might drive troublesome behavior. Medications can also take the edge off of fear that an animal might be feeling while trying to learn new behaviors.
At Alpine we provide behavior counseling to compliment the medical treatment your pet might receive. Counseling involves helping you to discover other potential drivers to troublesome behavior such as excessive barking, chewing, spraying, scratching, digging, house soiling and aggression and to come up with strategies that might help your pet feel more secure in learning new ways to get what he needs.
Please ask for more information on our program at your next visit or call us if you would like a consult.
New Patients Welcome
Equine Foot Educational Series
Join us on June 8th at 6PM for our first of a series on The Equine Foot By Dr. Alicia Nolfi, DVM
New Patient Welcome
Sign up using the form below or call (970) 963-2371 to make an appointment.
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