We all love our pets but they can develop behavioural issues which can make it less enjoyable and sometimes stressful as an owner. We are here to help and guide you with a variety of techniques that will suit you and your pet.
There are a long list of reasons why our pets can develop unwanted behaviour, from training, through to environmental factors and stress.
The most important thing to remember is that we are here for you.
Our vets and nurses are here to help, and have years of experience in dealing with behaviour issues in pets.
Book an appointment to discuss your pet’s behaviour today.
Start as you mean to go on: The importance of training
All pets are at their most impressionable in their first weeks of life, and it is important to both set consistent boundaries and to open them to new experiences at this age.
Well socialised pets behave better with animals – whether of the same species or different – interact more positively with other people, and are less likely to be scared of new situations and experiences.
We run a range of young pet cuddle clinics to help you to get your pet off to the best start possible.
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Within Pennard Vets, we are delighted to be able to offer behavioural at the above branches. We appreciate that this might mean a journey from your usual site but we can assure you the level of service is just the same and the team will be delighted to look after you.
Our Services include
Small animals only
cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs etc
Care and hospitalisation
Vet and nurse consultations
FREE puppy parties
held by our qualified nurses
Pet Health Club
Access to expert referrals
Animal Health Certificate