|"Working to improve the human-animal bond through an understanding of pet behavior and resolution of problems."
Dr. Jennifer Rommel is committed to diagnosing and treating behavior problems in companion animals. She is also completing the rigorous requirements for certification as a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist (www.CertifiedAnimalBehaviorist.com) and earning a Masters degree in Psychology.
Canine and feline cases typically seen include aggression of all types, fears, phobias, compulsive and stereotypic disorders, destructive and unruly behaviors, inappropriate elimination, urine marking, and separation anxiety. Behavior wellness sessions for puppies and kittens are also available.
Whether addressing a problem or preventing one, the behavioral evaluation is conducted using an interactive approach with an emphasis on client education. Educated clients allow for the attainment of the ultimate goal, which is to help each family in their unique situation with their pet.