Veterinary teams, you can stop stressing and start feeling supported! 

We have three services to offer you, your team, and your clients.

Onsite Behaviour Appointments

We offer in-clinic behaviour appointments for your clientele.

Block an exam room and start booking your patients in for a 45min behaviour appointment. 

Similar to locum veterinary services, we show up, get the work done, make your clients happy, and support your business. 

Your clients will be thrilled to see this much-needed service added to your roster and your team will enjoy the fruits of our labour with patients that are more relaxed, compliant, and safe to handle. 

5-hour minimum, 8-hour maximum, hourly rate plus travel outside service area, access to clinic-branded social media posts for advertising and education for recurring services. 

VetTalks™ (onsite or virtual)

We offer FREE continuing education for local veterinary clinics. 

We cover topics such as canine behaviour, basic and complex behaviour challenges, consulting skills, and more.

VetTalks™ are held at individual clinics unless otherwise requested via Zoom. 

We provide a full visual presentation, and an interactive Q&A. VetTalks™ are 60-90 minutes and are best attended by the full team over the lunch hour. 

Online Veterinary Membership

Behaviour support for veterinary professionals is a much needed service.

Our online Veterinary membership provides:

  • on-demand trainings on all things behaviour (video, audio, text, printables, etc...)
  • a supportive veterinary community with the option to post anonymously among your peers
  • access to a qualified and experienced behaviour professional
  • An option to upgrade to a premium service with clinic-branded handouts and exclusive live virtual events for your clients

Caryn always has fantastic and entertaining insights into the “whys” of canine behaviour.

Caryn provided an informative and engaging tour of adolescent canine behaviour, which will inform our handling of our clients' dogs. 

Thank you, Caryn!

The practical purpose of the talk was to enhance our understanding of dog behaviour so that your pet’s visit to our hospital is as stress-free as possible.

Caryn gave us a fascinating in-depth presentation on body language in canines, anxiety, learning, and positive reinforcement training.

It was a lively session with tons of comments and questions and ideas for enhancing our patients' experience.

It was funny, moving, and a thorough investigation of the causes, symptoms and strategies that can be used to help a dog with this kind of problem.

Separation Anxiety and Isolation Distress are all too common behaviour problems in dogs, and we truly appreciate Caryn being so generous with her insights.

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