AWS Shelter Spay/Neuter Clinic

Specializing in positive, relationship-based training and behavior problem solving for dogs who need it most.


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Private Canine Behavior Consultations

PRIVATE CANINE BEHAVIOR CONSULTATIONS
When your dog exhibits unwanted behaviors, it can become a source of heartache and stress. Lisa is available for an in-home behavior consulation at your convenience, including evenings and weekends.

Private consultations are supportive and educational, and will help you and your family understand why your dog is behaving differently in certain situations. You will also receive a written outline of the next steps to take.

Every case is unique, and follow-up meetings may or may not be required. If needed, they may take place at your home, or at a location that will be more helpful. For example, if your dog reacts to other dogs, we may meet where we will see other dogs in a controlled environment to work on the issue in “real life.”

Topics frequently covered during a Behavior Consultation

  • Adolescent Dog Behaviors
  • Aggression
  • Barking
  • Biting
  • Chewing
  • Crate Training
  • Destructive Chewing
  • Fears and Phobias
  • Growling
  • House Soiling
  • Hyperactivity
  • Introducing a New Dog
  • Jumping
  • Mounting
  • Multiple Dogs
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Bahaviors
  • Pushiness
  • Raising a Good Puppy
  • Reactivity to Other Dogs or People
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Shy or Timid Dogs
  • Submissive Urination

Initial Consultation – $85 (90 minutes)
Follow-Up Visits – $45 (45 minutes)

PHONE CONSULTATIONS
If you live too far away for an in-home consultation, need immediate help, or would like assistance finding a qualified professional in your area, I am available by telephone. Phone consultations vary in length depending upon your unique situation.

Initial Consultation – $30 (30 Minutes)
Follow-Up Calls – $10 for every 15 minutes

Please note: Lisa may request that you make an appointment with your veterinarian to discuss your concerns prior to scheduling a consultation, as many behavior problems can be directly linked to a medical condition. Often, when the medical issue is addressed, the unwanted behavior disappears.

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