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Working together

Behaviour problems are becoming more common within household pets with euthanasia and relinquishment rates increasing annually. It can be really difficult for owners to know where to seek support given the industry is not regulated and often you, the vet, are their first port of call. 

We offer a unique personalised behaviour package tailored to the individual client with a comprehensive assessment of the pet's behaviour, usually in their home environment, with a series of remote and in person support for as long as the client needs it.

Education4Paws work solely off vet referral for behaviour cases so if the patient approaches us, we will send them to you for a thorough examination and completion of a referral. This allows us to rule out any underlying medical component to the behaviour problem prior to the package beginning. 

A referral form can be found here

We believe it is vital to keep the animal's vet in the loop so the referring vet will receive a copy of the behaviour report and be kept informed of the client's progress throughout the package. We also ask you to kindly keep us informed of any development from your perspective on the client’s behaviour problem, so that we can best serve the client.

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How can we help your practice?

Education4Paws provides CPD for all referring veterinary practices and can offer free lunch and learns of a variety of different topics such as 

  • Body language

  • Triaging cases, first aid advice and knowing when to refer

  • Stress free handling in practise

  • Common behaviour problems

  • Muzzle training

  • Setting puppies up for success

Contact us now to see how we can help your practice! I'd love to come down and talk to you more about what I can offer.

'Alice came to speak to our team of vets, nurses and receptionists about reading dog's body language and how we can adapt our approach in our surgery to make vet visits as stress free as possible.  She raised lots of useful and interesting points that we have already started to use to tweak our approach  to make vet visits as happy as possible and to enable us to be more pro-active in avoiding stressful situations and escalation of stress levels.  We are looking forward to inviting Alice back to discuss other areas of behaviour in the near future.'

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