Cat Behaviour Consultation Package
What is included?
2 hour (approx) initial consultation in your home (duration depends on the complexity of the case)
1 hour follow-up consultation online
3 months of email follow-up support (subject to fair use of up to 3 hours)
Detailed review of the pre-visit questionnaire, medical history and any accompanying video footage of the problem behaviours
A full report and personalised step-by-step behaviour modification plan emailed to you within 5 working days of the initial consultation
If appropriate, a clinical examination
A report sent direct to your vet within 5 working days of the initial consultation together with discussion of the case, if required
Discussion and recommendation of any pheromones, nutraceuticals or medications (if deemed appropriate)
Travel time within 1 hour of Deal, Kent (CT14)
How do I book an appointment?
All cases need to have been referred to me by your veterinary surgeon. Initial contact can be made by either you or your vet but I cannot see the case until I have written consent from your vet together with the animals' medical histories. This is because there is a significant overlap between health and behaviour.
What information do you need from me?
After you or your vet has contacted me, you will be asked to complete a detailed history form so that I can understand what the behavioural concerns are. Once I also have the information from your vet I will be in touch to organise an appointment.
Travel costs within 1 hour's drive of Deal, Kent (CT14) are included. If further travel is required then this will be charged at £1 per mile (return).
Behavioural consultations may be covered by insurance - please contact your insurance company to check. Please advise them you have been referred to a behaviour vet who is also a provisional member of the APBC. Completion of insurance documentation comes with an additional £25 charge to reflect the time taken to complete the forms.