SAN FRANCISCO PET BEHAVIOR

A VETERINARY CONSULTING SERVICE


DOG AND CAT BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS

can include but are not limited to:

 

Leash aggression

Litter box issues

Mourning behavior

Nail trimming problems

New baby/family member integration

New pet integration

Night activity

Nocturnal behavior

Noise phobias

Obesity

Petting induced aggression

Pica

Play biting

Play related aggression

Possessive aggression

Predatory behavior

Problem defecation

Problem urination

Psychogenic alopecia

Redirected aggression

Roaming

Scratching

Senility

Separation anxiety

Shadow and light chasing

Spinning

Status related aggression

Stealing household objects

Submissive urination

Tail chasing

Territorial aggression

Travel-related problems

Urine marking

Veterinary hospital aggression

Vocalization

Wool sucking

Acral lick dermatitis 

Aggression

Aggression to animals away from home

Aggression to animals in the same house

Aggression to family members

Aggression to strangers

Attention-seeking behavior

Begging

Behavioral enrichment strategies

Biting

Chewing

Cognitive dysfunction

Compulsive behaviors

Coprophagia (eating stool)

Destructive behavior

Digging

Disturbance of house-training

Emotional upset

Escape behavior

Excessive barking

Excessive licking

Fabric eating

Fear aggression

Fear of noises

Fear of people

Fear of places

Fear of strangers

Fear of the outdoors

Fireworks phobia

Flank sucking

Fly snapping

Generalized anxiety

House soiling

Hyperactivity

Jumping on counters

Jumping on people