Pet Parent Information
Recent research has shown connections between gut health and brain health. Please mark how often your dog has any of the following signs:
Aggressive BehaviorsAggression describes a behavior, but it is not a personality trait. Aggressive behaviors include growling, lunging, biting, and some barking. If your dog has exhibited these behaviors in some situations, please answer the following section. If not, continue to the next section. These answers help your pet’s doctor appropriately diagnose and determine the best treatment plan for your dog.
Car BehaviorsIf your dog exhibits distress while riding in the car, please fill out the following section. If not, move on to Separation Behaviors.
Separation BehaviorsIf your pet exhibits distress when separated from you or left alone, please fill out the following section. If not, move on to Storms/Sound Behaviors.
Storms/Sound BehaviorsIf your pet exhibits fear or stress related to storms or noises, please fill out the following section. If not, move on to Veterinary Visits.
Veterinary Visit Behavior
Please have your veterinarian and any specialists your pet has seen send us your pet’s medical records, including any lab work. Documents can be uploaded below or sent by email to email@example.com or by fax to 512-481-7071.
The Day Of:
Please schedule a consult for all pets that are involved in the problem if you can do so safely. If multiple pets are involved and only one pet can come to the appointment, then the doctor may recommend a consult for your other pet(s) to adequately treat the problem.
Please bring your pet's favorite toys and treats with you to the appointment so that we can use those items during your pet's appointment, if appropriate.
Photos and Videos
Videos of problem behaviors may be helpful. Do not under any circumstance invite or trigger aggressive behavior for the purpose of a video. Please limit videos to 2 minutes or less so they can be quickly added to your pet’s medical record.
Max. file size: 50 MB.
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Please be patient and allow all files to upload prior to continuing.
Each pet is an individual, so results of behavioral therapy cannot be guaranteed. While improvement can be seen quickly, many emotional disorders are chronic in nature and require continued therapy. Response to therapy is dependent on the individual’s response and the implementation of the recommendations made by your pet’s doctor. The behavior service is unable to guarantee that a treatment plan will be able to completely remove a patient’s aggression or potential danger to people or other animals. Pets should always be managed in accordance with local ordinances and leash laws.
By signing below, I acknowledge that:
I am the legal owner of the pet seeking behavioral medicine treatment from the behavior service at PAZ Veterinary.
Follow up appointments for behavior therapies range from every 4 to 6 weeks to every few months depending on the case.
Fees are to be paid at time of service and I accept responsibility for all charges that I approve related to the treatment of my pet.
I am seeking treatment by the behavior service with full knowledge of the above and of the liability associated with ownership of a pet that has exhibited aggression in the past.