Consultations are held at the owner’s home. Clients are only seen on
veterinary referral to ensure that there is no physical cause for the
A consultation takes approximately 2 hours, during which time a full history of the pet is taken and the problem behaviour assessed. Ideally, all members of the household should attend so that everyone’s relationship with the pet can be observed.
At the end of the consultation a diagnosis is made, the motivation for the behaviour explained and outline advice given to the owners. Recommendations are tailored to the client’s personal circumstances and only kind, reward based methods are used.
A comprehensive written Behaviour Modification Plan is subsequently sent to the owner, normally within ten days. The referring veterinary surgeon also receives a Consultation Report, a copy of which is also supplied to the client.
Normally only one personal consultation is necessary
Please note that as of 31st March 2013, Inga will no longer be available to see behaviour cases in the South East as she is moving to rural Wales and is fully booked to this date.
Referring veterinary surgeons and owners requiring help for their pets are advised to contact:
Kristina Glover BA (Hons) MSc (CACB), CCAB
Tel/Fax: 0118 9836470 Mobile: 07843 559441
Alternatively, please contact the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors.