Dog Behavior Counseling Resources
Having trouble with your dog’s behavior or manners? Take classes to train your dog and have a long and loving relationship with your dog. Note: As a matter of policy, the Humane Society of Carroll County does not endorse or recommend a training facility or business.
Pet Behavior Counseling
Get the counseling that can help foster a better relationship with your dog
Dogs with Issues
Nancy Williams, Animal Behavior Consultant
410-374-1556 • firstname.lastname@example.org
An Associate Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, Ms. Williams specializes in dog, cat, and other types of pets with behavior problems like aggression, separation and other anxiety issues, and housetraining. Ms. Williams works collaboratively with veterinarians to develop a holistic approach to animal training and only accepts veterinary referrals. She offers private obedience training for specific problems such as extreme fear and aggression. Her extensive resume can be reviewed on the website. For more information contact Dogs with Issues at the email or phone number listed above. Consultation fee.
410-549-1135 • email@example.com
Behavior modification programs are developed for dogs suffering with anxiety disorders and other behavioral problems (also for cats, horses, other mammals, and birds). Agility is offered for enrichment. Counselors are certified by the International association of Animal Behavior Counselors or Registered Veterinary Behavior Technicians. For more information contact Humane Domain at the email or phone number listed above.