Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Dog and Cat Behavior and Dog Training at Home:
Dogs and cats can have behavior problems that can be both difficult to understand and difficult to treat. To help with these issues Dr. Sidorsky can recommend professional behaviorists and trainers. Copied below is information about two specific professionals.
Dog and Cat Behavior:
Animal Alliances believes that changes in behavior are accomplished best using positive methods. We help your pet learn by rewarding the good behaviors that we want to see, rather than punishing those we may not like. Behaviors that are rewarded will always increase in frequency — this is simply how animals learn. The positive training and behavior modification techniques that we use are based on the science of how animals learn and have proven to be extremely effective — whether teaching your dog a simple behavior like sit or dealing with a serious behavior problem such as aggression.
Kelly Bollen: Call 413-585-5868 or email email@example.com for more information or to schedule a private consultation, dog training class or educational seminar.
Jim Helms Dog Pals Dog Trainer: https://www.facebook.com/dogpals
Jim has been training dogs all his life, but after retiring from the U.S. Air Force, (Field Medic), he started working with dogs in Behavior Modification, Dog Sports and in basic dog training skills (from puppies to adults)
You are not alone. Below is a list of common behavior issues pet owners face. Your pet’s behavior issue may not be on this list, but that does not mean it cannot be treated. We look forward to helping you and your pet live happily and in harmony.
- Aggression, Separation Anxiety, Thunderstorm Phobia, Noise Phobias, General Fearfulness or Anxiety, Fear of People, Barking, Resource Guarding, Car Ride Anxiety, Compulsive Behavior, Attention-Seeking Behavior, Jumping up on People, Furniture Scratching, House Soiling/Marking, Food Stealing, Leash Etiquette, Poor Self-Control Hyperactivity, New Baby Acclimation
Dr. Robert Sidorsky
Mobile Vet of Western Mass | (413) 625-9353
Serving Western Massachusetts and the Pioneer Valley including the following towns: Adams, Agawam, Amherst, Athol, Belchertown, Chicopee, Conway, Dalton, Deerfield Erving, East Longmeadow, Easthampton, Gardner, Great Barrington, Greenfield, Holyoke, Hadley, Lenox, Longmeadow, Levertt, Ludlow, Lee, Montague, North Adams, Northfield, Orange, Palmer, Pelham Pittsfield, South Deerfield, Springfield, Southwick, Southampton, Sunderland, Shutesbury, Turners Fall, West Springfield, Westfield, Westhampton, and many others. We are now traveling to towns in Connecticut. Enfield, Somers, Suffiled, Simsbury, Winsdor, Granby and others.