There will inevitably be certain situations within your pet’s environment that will make them fearful or anxious. This can sometimes lead to undesirable behavior, fear or even aggression. The good news is we can help change or alter a negative emotional or physical response that your pet may have towards a certain situation or stimulus.
Behavior issues include:
- Inappropriate elimination
- Separation anxiety
- Fear aggression (towards inanimate objects, people or pets)
- Excessive barking
- Excessive jumping
- Thunderstorm/Firework/Noise phobias
- Over-reactivity (towards inanimate objects, people or pets)
- Crate anxiety/training
- Destructive scratching or chewing
- Resource guarding
- Desensitization to Nail Trims
- Desensitization to Veterinary visits
- Desensitization to Grooming visits
- Or, any species specific undesirable behavior
Our Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Tara Fisher will be happy to discuss any concerns you are having with your pet’s behavior. She will design a personalized plan to address both your pet’s and families specific needs. Please contact her directly at 937-231-9840.
Tara graduated with Honors from Columbus State in 2007 and currently practices as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She is knowledgeable and skilled in meeting both the medical and behavioral needs of animals. She specializes in Behavior Modification and Obedience training and is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer by The Certification Council of Professional Dog Trainers . She is also a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator for the AKC.
Tara has dedicated her life to help save animals by giving them a voice that is often misunderstood. She says, “Helping people help their pets is more then just a passion, it’s my life.”
Tara loves to learn and values continuing education by attending annual conferences and seminars. She is a member of the Society of Behavior Technicians , Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians ,and a professional member of The Association of Professional Dog Trainers. Tara also enjoys teaching at schools and organizations within the community about animal health and safety and mentoring those who are looking to enter into the veterinary or behavior field.