Canine and Feline Consultations
A consult is approximately 60 - 90 minutes conducted after an extensive questionnaire is completed.
The aim of the questionnaire is to save consultation time on history taking but to still get a thorough history as to the origin of the problem.
All aspects of the animal’s life are examined through the questionnaire. Video footage is extremely useful.
The questionnaire is a vital part of the consultation and is relied on to make an accurate diagnosis.
The consultation includes treatment notes and handouts relevant to your companion plus ongoing support via phone/email for a period of three months.
Blood work, medications and behaviour modification training incur extra fees. Trainers are welcome to attend the consultation with their clients.
Most animals will require ongoing work with an experienced behavioural trainer, one on one, recommended by Dr Nicole, and some animals will be prescribed medication to speed their improvement.
Education on Mondays Nights!
These small group seminars provide essential information that is hard to find anywhere else! Dr Nicole has gathered video from her own cases and consults to deliver a unique experience.
Seminars topics include:
"Right Start Puppy" for new or potential dog owners.
"Remedies for Rescue dogs" for new adopters of older dogs.
"Dog and New Baby" for soon-to-be parents.
"Behaviour Medicine for GP Vets" for veterinary professionals keen to learn more.
New topics will be added over time.
Dr Nicole can speak on a range of topics to a variety of pet professionals. Talks to date include:
Dog Sense (Dog Owners)
Understanding the Canine Brain (Pet Professionals)
Low Stress Handling for Practitioners (Veterinarians)
Behaviour medicine for General practitioners (Veterinarians)
Canine and Feline Body language and low stress handling (Vet Nurses)
Use of Barking Muzzles (Greyhound Industry)
Behaviour triage and common Behaviour problems (Vet Nurses)
Feline Behaviour (Vet Students)
Come in Spinner – canine compulsive disease (Veterinarians)
Behaviour concerns for Greyhound adopters (Pet Owners)