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The Pet Behavior History Analysis

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Veterinarians keep behavior cases in their practices and strengthen their veterinarian-client-pet-relationship.

When you combine veterinary behavior medicine with the Animal Behavior Network easy, gentle, proven methods for pet behavior modification, the veterinarian gets the credit for an improved pet behavior treatment program.

The Animal Behavior Network and an assigned Veterinary Behavior Technician become natural extensions of your veterinary practice. You do not lose staff time off floor and you gain client loyalty and goodwill for providing the added value of pet behavior education and services
 

When clients understand their pets' behavior, they are more satisfied with the results of behavior modification.

Pet Behavior History Analysis

Step One:  The attending veterinarian calls in the info. or faxes in a "Request for a Pet Behavior History Analysis" form. See

Fax Request Form

 

Step Two:  An Veterinary Behavior Technician contacts the client to explain and offer the service.

 

Step Three:  The enrolled client completes an extensive pet behavior history at home using the online PetEthogram.

 

Step Four:  The behavior history is analyzed by an a Veterinary Behavior Consultant (Dr. Tripp or Associate)

 

Step Five:  A report is emailed or faxed to the client and the attending veterinarian. Upon request the Veterinary Behavior Consultant (VBC) is available to discusses the Analysis with the DVM at no charge.

 

Step SixThe client will be given options which may include a customized step-by-step Behavior Modification Program to help assure client ease and success.  

 

Step Seven:  The client books a follow-up extended appointment with the attending veterinarian to discuss any medical recommendations.
 

The Pet Behavior History Analysis gives your client one year of follow-up pet behavior education (weekly email lessons) with links to online library topics, self study programs, and video education.

 

Ongoing encouragement and education for clients on pet behavior modification is key!


Other Veterinary Support Services


Veterinary Member Program: Participating veterinary practices l
earn how to implement behavior services in the practice and catch the "Third Wave" of kinder, gentler veterinary experiences for pets.

 

Catch the "Third Wave in the Veterinary Profession." 

 

1st Wave  = Veterinary Centered (Scientific Method)
2nd Wave = Client-Centered (Client Service and Preventive Care)
3rd Wave  = Pet-Centered Practice (Pet's Perception of Visit)

 

In the Third Wave practice, the focus is on how the pets perceive their visit and care. The veterinary team uses distraction and medical strategies to prevent both physical and emotional pain. The clients bring in hungry pets and treats.

 

The result? Pets are less fearful, less stressed, happier and more cooperative patients. Clients are more likely to return (and more often) when pets seem to enjoy the visit (or, at least, are not terrorized).

 

The Animal Behavior Network support of your veterinary practice helps transform your hospital into a Pet-Centered Practice and Behavior Center.

 

You gain a community-wide reputation as the The Puppy Place, as the The Cookie Place, as a happy visit for pets!

 

Puppies and dogs begin to drag pet parents IN - not out - of your veterinary practice front door.

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If not fully satisfied within 30 Days, the Animal Behavior Network offers a full refund.

 

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