It’s impossible for your pet to always be on their best behaviour. However, behavioural counseling could be the best option if you find yourself being inconvenienced by your pet’s problematic behaviour more often than you can count. Behavioural counselling is an opportunity to assess your pet’s behavioural issues and create a comprehensive support plan.
How can I deal with my pet’s aggression?
Aggression is often linked to undiagnosed health concerns or other underlying issues that need to be addressed. Dogs and cats display aggression differently, with dogs often growling, barking, showing their teeth, or snarling at other pets and humans. They could also be aggressors in fights with other pets, causing them harm. For cats, aggression often looks like an arched back, dilated pupils and their tails standing tall. If you have concerns about your pet’s aggression, please get in touch with us at
What could be the cause of their problematic behaviour?
Behaviours like aggression could be connected to an underlying health issue. Before we recommend your pet for behavioural counselling, we’ll examine their medical history and perform diagnostic tests to determine if their behaviour is trying to tell us about an issue with their body. By determining if your pet’s health issues are connected to a medical condition, we can treat the root cause of their problems, resolving the underlying causes and problematic behaviour. Some health issues their behaviour could reveal include:
- Separation anxiety
- Kidney disease