Behavioural Service

Behavioural Service

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One of Concord Veterinary Hospital’s veterinarians, Dr Judith Randall, has a special interest in animal behaviour. Dr Judith interest in animal behaviour started with her misunderstood rescue Terrier, ‘Frankee’. She passed her exams in Animal Behaviour in 2000 to become a member of the Australian New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. Since then, she has seen many animal behaviour cases in addition to her small animal medical and surgical work.

Behavioural problems in our small animals often take a lot of time and commitment to treat. However, with advice and guidance, problems can be managed or treated. If you suspect your cat or dog has a behavioural problem, please come and see Dr Judith firstly for an initial assessment. Every behavioural case is different, and an individual approach needs to be tailored to suit your needs and your animal’s needs.

Please call us on 9743 1715 and speak to one of our veterinary nurses prior to visiting us as Dr Judith consults on particular days of the week.