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When you change your thinking about your pet, and apply GENTLE, PROVEN  teaching methods that make sense to another species, then  your  pet learns more quickly and responds to you with a renewed love PLUS good behavior.

 
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Pet Behavior History Analysis

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Call Krista Drechmann at 1-800-372-3706 Ext 89 to make an appointment with Dr. Rolan Tripp.  A phone consultation appointment is scheduled to discuss and review the Pet Behavior History Analysis. 

Your pet's veterinarian will be contacted to request recent lab work results.

Following the Pet Behavior History Analysis and Consultation with a Veterinary Behavior Consultant, a report is sent to the pet's veterinarian that includes the pet's behavioral profile and any recommended medical services and behavior medicines.

Veterinarians nationwide consult with Dr. Rolan Tripp client pet behavior cases at no charge by contacting the Antech Diagnostic Laboratory Doctor Consult Line at 1-800-745-4725 Ext. 5

The Network allows the client easy, convenient, step by step education with phone and email support by a credentialed Veterinary Behavior Technician to assure pet and pet parent success.  See
Client Testimonials and Veterinarian References.

The goal is to increase the enjoyment of pets as indoor members of a human family.

Questions? Call Veterinary Behavior Services Director, Kristin White, RVT at 1-800-372-3706 Ext. 87 or Veterinary Behavior Technician (VBT) Provider and Technical Director Tara Lang, BS, RVT at Ext. 88

Both Tara and Kristen are past Presidents of the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians (SVBT) and have been on the cover of the Veterinary Technician Journal, (Tara) April 2007 and (Kristen) April 2008. 

A Veterinary Behavior Consultant (VBC) supports veterinarians by planning and coordinating the pet behavior modification program.

Pet Behavior Analysis Steps from DVM
 

1. The attending Veterinarian calls with client information or faxes a form to 1-800-372-3706 requesting a Pet Behavior History Analysis be offered on their behalf to a client with a pet behavior problem.
 

2.  An Veterinary Behavior Technician (VBT) contacts the client on behalf of the attending Veterinarian and Dr Rolan Tripp to explain and offer the service. If the client makes the appointment, payment is applied (Shopping Cart) and a pet behavior history form - the PetEthogram™ - is sent to the client by email to complete from the convenience of home and then submit online for evaluation by the Veterinary Behavior Consultant (VBC).

 

3.  The VBC calls the client at the appointment time to discuss the Analysis that will be sent to the pet's Attending DVM (ADVM).

 

4.  The Analysis report includes: probable causes for the unwanted behavior, prognosis for improvement with treatment, suggested behavior therapy and further diagnostics that are indicated. Behavior medicine is prescribed by the ADVM as needed. Client is offered behavior education by the Network to support the ADVM and to assure pet and client success.

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