this month -
should you choose to accept
- is to learn
more about doing a
behavioral assessment and brief neurological exam as a new
service offered in the veterinary exam room.
Dr. Rolan Tripp recommends
clients return to the pet's veterinarian after the
pet behavior history analysis for an extended pet exam
along with any indicated lab work and prescriptions. After
the pet behavior history analysis appointment with Dr. Tripp has
been completed, the pet
profile can be viewed by the attending veterinarian.
select Member Login button. Go to
the Library and at the top, click on,
Search for PetEthogram™.
Veterinarians may call Dr. Tripp directly at
714-523-9425 with questions and to learn how to provide the Canine Behavioral Assessment Form and
Neurological Exam for Behavioral Complaint
in the exam room. Add an extended exam or behavioral
appointment fee to cover your time. Allow up to 20 minutes.
(Can be done in less than 10 min. with practice.)
Pets with behavior problems
often suffer neglect, abuse, surrender to
shelters even euthanasia. Make sure pet
parents visiting your location know that
pet behavior help is now
available. Working with your team, our
team helps resolve pet behavior
issues that interfere with your clients
enjoying the indoor pet of their
dreams and a best friend for life!
Questions? Need Help? Call or Email me today!