Virtual Pet Training

Virtual pet training offers interactive lessons, guidance, and support for nurturing desired behaviors and strengthening the bond with your pet.

What We Offer

Let’s work together to create safe, joyful homes for people and their pets… nationwide!

At VVBM, we collaborate with your referring veterinarian to customize every treatment plan to suit your family’s unique requirements, ensuring your pet achieves lasting, top-quality results in both behavioral and training matters.

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Veterinary Behavior Help

Veterinary Behavior is a specialty field of veterinary medicine dedicated to diagnosing and treating behavioral problems in dogs and cats.

Frequently addressed issues in dogs and cats encompass a wide range, such as aggression towards both familiar and unfamiliar individuals, aggression towards housemate animals, house soiling (including urinary marking and inappropriate toileting), separation-related problems, compulsive disorders, cognitive decline (senility), noise or thunderstorm fears/phobias, and unruly behaviors.

During your initial 60-minute consultation, Dr. O’Brian will delve into your pet’s history and narrative, and subsequently, engage in discussions related to your pet’s diagnosis. Following this, we will collaborate to design a personalized treatment plan tailored to your pet’s unique requirements. These treatment plans may involve a combination of behavior modification, environmental adjustments, as well as medication or supplement options.

Learn What to Expect

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Virtual Pet Training

At VVBM, we aim to uncover the root cause of your pet’s undesirable behavior and guide them toward a more favorable response. Through the collaboration with our Head Trainer, Camille, you’ll employ positive reinforcement and evidence-based methods to enhance the behavior of your dogs and cats while fostering trust, confidence, and effective communication with your pets!

Veterinary Services, Available Nationwide

Pet Veterinary Behavior Consults

Virtual Pet Training