Live in Harmony With Your Pets
As part of its integrative approach to caring for pets, the Wauwatosa Veterinary Clinic is now offering in-home training and professional pet behavioral consultations for dogs and cats with certified professional dog trainer Kim Rinzel. The service seeks to help owners better understand their pets and address behavioral concerns such as housetraining, excessive barking, food guarding and separation anxiety.
According to the clinic, multifaceted training and behavior modification benefits both owners and pets by improving the pet’s safety, health and well-being, as well as strengthening the emotional bond between animals and their people.
In addition to in-home training, Rinzel offers a 30-minute phone or clinic session. Behavior consultation is available for older pets, as well as puppies and kittens; training for young pets emphasizes what to expect during the first year and how to get the new animal family member off to a good start.
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For more information, call 414-4755155, email Info@WauwatosaVet.com or visit WauwatosaVet.com.
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