We make pet behaviour management easy by using just three steps:
STEP ONE : – Assess the problem to determine “What’s happening”
STEP TWO : – Implement the solutions to fix the problem that’s just been assessed
STEP THREE : – Then provide long-term support to be sure the problem is fixed
Step One – The Assessment
An assessment is always the first step. This is how Dr Cam diagnoses the reasons causing the behaviour that you see in your pet.
The assessment determines how your pet’s behaviour fits in with your lifestyle, your work routine, the type of home you live in and your pet’s access to that home.
Behaviours that occur when you are ‘out and about’ are assessed slightly differently.
The assessment will then shape the advice Dr Cam gives you to help your pet become better behaved, thereby leading to Step Two.
Step Two – Implementing the Solutions
Being a full-time pet behaviour veterinarian, Dr Cam is able to look at all available treatment options to ensure that your pet is getting the best care needed.
There are four questions Dr Cam considers when he treats your pet: –
Quite often, the therapies lie in a unique combination of the above four factors.
Step 3 – Follow up
Dr Cam usually has a 6-month long-term follow-up process for each case. That means cases are reviewed by email, by phone or in clinic generally at:
You can choose from a Tele-Assist service (COVID-19 safe), an in-clinic consultation or a house call consultation.
The questions Dr Cam asks you in the early part of a consultation are the same whether he is meeting you face-to-face, or helping you via phone. Tele-Assists are also Dr Cam’s cheapest rate.
So, with worries regarding COVID-19, starting with a Tele Assist is common sense. Then, a face-to-face consultation can then be organised if it is still needed.
Dr Cam uses simple screen-linking software that will let you view Your Front Page to Pethealth as it is being created. This WYSIWYG theme really helps with information-sharing and gives a unique visual appearance to the spoken words.
Clinic Assessments also include a personalised Your Front Page to Pethealth report but longer consultations give a better more detailed report.
Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Northern NSW, and beyond
House calls are ideal for problems that occur when your pet is at home, such as separation anxieties and related behaviours, escaping, barking, and aggression to the family or to visitors. Often with these types of behaviours, the style and nature of your home will play a large part in the remedies for your pet’s behavioural problems.
Generally Friday through to Monday, thus including most Saturdays and Sundays