After 20 years as a veterinarian and practice owner in general small animal practice, Gabrielle successfully completed a three year residency program, and Masters degree in Veterinary Behaviour, at Purdue University in Indiana, USA. Recently she qualified as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists—one of only two specialists in Australia with this qualification—and she is also a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists. Gabrielle is a Veterinary Specialist, having been registered as such by the Victorian Veterinary Practitioners Board.
Good Pet Behaviour at Advanced Vetcare
Gabrielle established Good Pet Behaviour in 2008, and currently works with owners who have pets with behaviour problems. She consults on a wide range of problems from storm phobias, aggression, compulsive disorders and separation anxiety in dogs, to urine spraying, house soiling and aggression in cats, as well as consulting on the occasional bird with feather picking, or the head-shy horse etc. She offers her services through Advanced Vetcare (a veterinary referral center) in Melbourne and the University of Melbourne Veterinary Clinic, Werribee.
Gabrielle works with Dr Debbie Calnon, Dr Trepheena Hunter and Dr Katherine Macmillan at Good Pet Behaviour. All the staff are very keen to help you with any animal behavioural problem you may have, working with cats and dogs, “pocket pets”, horses, cattle and other large animals, as well as exotic pets. With extensive knowledge of normal behaviour in different species, science-based concepts of behaviour modification, and wide experience both in Australia and overseas, Gabrielle – with the Good Pet Behaviour team – is one of Australia’s best-equipped veterinarians to help you manage your pet’s behaviour.
Good Pet Behaviour offers house-call consultations throughout Melbourne, as well as consultations at Advanced Vet Care in Kensington and at the University of Melbourne Veterinary Hospital in Werribee.
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If you have any questions regarding your pet’s behaviour, and the services Good Pet Behaviour can provide, please call 0433 151730, or email us at email@example.com
The vets at Good Pet Behaviour are happy to discuss your pet’s problem with you, prior to scheduling a consultation, and to advise on the best course of action, especially if you are unsure whether you need to see a Veterinary Behaviourist.