As a veterinarian, the most frequent questions my clients often have
for me are based in behavior. What can I do for my dog’s separation
anxiety? How do I stop my dogs from fighting? How do I get my dog to
come when I call him?
Veterinary school curriculum is chock
full of anatomy, physiology, pathology, diseases, diagnostics, and
treatments for multiple species of animals. After trying to cram all of
this into the academic schedule there is very little time left for
other, equally important topics- such as behavior.
While I have some suggestions for
these people, nothing can compare to the intense, experienced, and
educated help Christine Nolan can provide. As well as I can diagnose and
treat illnesses, interpret radiographs, and perform intricate
surgeries- Christine can do when it comes to observing a dog’s behavior
and providing the correct training. She has incredible insight into a
dog’s perspective and helps us to understand how and why dogs behave the
way they do and how we should appropriately respond.
I have referred many, many clients to
her and heard only wonderful things from them in return. She truly
helps people improve upon their relationship with their pet and create
and more harmonious household.
Delaware Valley Veterinarian Hospital
400 Swedesboro Road, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062