Now offering full services to include behavior modification and basic skills classes. Keep watch for new services and classes being added in the near future!
Serving The New England Area
What is a veterinary behaviorist?
Veterinary behaviorist is trained to evaluate both your pets mental and physical health. Both a veterinarian and a specialist, these veterinarians have extensive knowledge about medications to help improve your pet’s behavioral health and overall well-being. Veterinarians that are board certified are called Diplomates. Dr. Christine Calder is a veterinarian and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists
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What is an LVT?
Veterinary technicians often work along side veterinarians to help care for your pet’s health and well-being. Many technicians have an Associates or Bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology. In order to be a LVT or Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT), they must pass a credential examination in each state they are licensed and keep up to date with continuing education. Pat Koven is an LVT.
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What is a KPA-CTP?
KPA-CTP means Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner. A graduate of the Dog Training Professional Program, KPA-CTPs receive training to learn how to teach your pets and their people. When it comes to training and behavior modification, you are the actual trainer. Also- It is not just about the dogs, KPA-CTP’s are knowledgeable about learning is all species of animals. Pat Koven is an LVT and KPA-CTP.
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