Does your pet have behavior problems? We can help!
Most pets experience behavior issues at one time or another during their lifetime. These issues can be short term, such as housetraining problems, or more severe including aggression and unruly behavior. Behavior problems can be challenging and frustrating – but we are here to help! At Tri-County Animal Hospital, our behavior consultations will help your pet manage their behavior issues.
We can help you understand and diminish or eliminate your pet’s behavior problems. The first step to changing or controlling these behaviors is to rule out a medical component. For example, if your dog growls when you touch your dog's mouth, the behavior could be caused by an abscessed tooth. If we determine that there is no underlying medical cause for your pet’s behavior, we will help you with positive behavior modification techniques that can resolve your pet’s behavior problem.
To learn more about our behavior services or to schedule an appointment for your dog or cat, please call us at (973) 831-2426.
International Health Certificates
- Tri-County Animal Hospital is pleased to be able to offer our clients international health certificates for their pets when needed. Dr. Alison Sass DVM, is USDA-accredited through the National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP) and is able to provide international health certificates.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment please give us a call.
Cat Friendly Practice
- In the United States, there are millions more owned cats than owned dogs, yet cats visit veterinarians less frequently than dogs. A major reason is that it is very stressful to take cats to the veterinary practice and often owners believe their cat doesn't need routine check-ups for wellness and preventive care. The Cat Friendly Practice® (CFP) program, created by expert feline practitioners, provides a solution to this trend and provides an opportunity for veterinary practices to elevate care for cats and reduce the stress during the visit.