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To Book a Consultation

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Veterinary referral

There are many factors that can cause or contribute to the development of feline behaviour problems including current, developing or previous medical conditions. Therefore to safeguard the health and welfare of your pet appointments can only be made on veterinary referral. After examining your pet to rule out or treat any possible underlying disease your vet will need to complete a referral form before an appointment can be confirmed. The referral form can be downloaded here and once completed by your vet forwarded on to me by fax, post or email.


Consultations - what to expect

A consultation will take place in your home, or wherever the cat is resident and will last for approximately two hours. During that time all aspects that may be influencing your cat’s behaviour will be explored and an individualised behaviour modification programme suitable for you and your cat will be devised. 

Appropriate handouts will be provided at the end of the consultation and you should recieve a full written report containing all necessary advice within a few days. A copy of the report will also be sent to your veterinary surgeon.

After the consultation

A telephone or email progress report is usually requested a few weeks after the consultation so that ongoing progress can be assessed and discussed. However you can call or email me any time, within working hours after the initial consultation if you have any questions or concerns.  There is no charge for this, but if it appears that a follow up visit is necessary this will be charged as advertised (see Fees and further information).