HELPING ANIMALS LOST AND ORPHANED
What makes HALO stand out from other organizations? We have one of only two Board Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist (ACAAB) in Ohio. Our behaviorist is also a Behavior Consultant with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC). She has worked extensively with dogs that have displayed behaviors such as:
· Extreme fearfulness
· Chronic stress
· Lack of socialization
· Separation anxiety
· Compulsive behaviors (tail chasing, spinning, object obsession, fly biting)
· Food aggression
· Resource guarding (toys, bed, house, yard)
· Aggression (e.g. barrier, play, dominance, predatory, fear and pain).
Our Trainers have developed several training programs to fit you and your pup! Training from the very beginning all the way through adulthood is key to raising your pup to be the best canine citizen. We also have private training available that will be customized to best fit you and your pups needs.
Shelter and rescue program
We will perform consults and evaluations on a case-by-case basis. The initial consultation can be performed at the shelter or the HALO facility.
If you would like to sponsor a SRPP dog, please click the link for more information.
Our Certified Animal Behaviorist has counseled clients who’s dog displays behaviors such as fearfulness, dog-dog aggression, resource guarding, compulsive behaviors, barrier aggression, fear aggression, and separation anxiety. We have worked with numerous bully breeds, working dogs, and toys breeds.
With our guidance, you will be taught the proper way to interact and train your dog. We will provide follow up visits, phone calls, and daycare visits until you are comfortable following through with the behavior modification plan that we provide unique to your dog. We are truly loyal to our clients and will work to keep your pet and your family safe and happy.
The behaviorist will begin by diagnosing your dog. This will require a behavior consultation. We will discuss behavior issues as if we were performing an in-home consultation. You will be informed of every protocol and treatment plan. The fees are as follows:
$275.00 Behavior Consultation
We also offer Behavior Consultation discounts for newly adopted rescue dogs, shelters, and rescues. The fees are as follows:
No charge to shelters
$100 for rescues
$150 for a newly adopted dog from shelter or rescue (must provide proof of adoption)
Cats can be described as independent, moody, and lazy. There’s nothing wrong with that, right? However, sometimes these behaviors can become troublesome.
Cats cannot verbally tell you what is troubling them and it is up to us to observe the behavior to explain it. If your cat suddenly stops using the litter box or picking fights with the other pets in the home, there could be underlying medical issues. Always contact your veterinarian for advice and a thorough medical exam first!
Once the physical aspect of your cat is examined and the behavior continues, it is time to reach out for help. Deanna Knoth specializes in cat behavior and can provide you with guidance and support.
If you are interested in having a Cat Behavior Consultation, please submit the request below and she will be in contact with you.
Consultation Fee: $275
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