Behavior problems such as separation anxiety, house soiling, leash reactivity, and resource guarding can have a significant negative impact on your bond with your pet. We discuss basic behavioral management such as potty training and socialization as a part of your pet’s routine veterinary care. For pets with more significant behavior concerns, we can schedule a full behavior consultation.
Our behavioral consultations are scheduled for an extensive one-hour consultation. This allows our veterinarians to have adequate time to obtain an accurate, thorough history, perform a physical examination, perform appropriate diagnostic testing, and provide you with training and behavioral management recommendations for your pet.
For canine aggression or other advanced behavioral cases, we offer referrals to a veterinary behavioral specialist:
Dr. Deborah Bryant, DVM, DACVB
Veterinary Behavior Specialties of Minnesota
Everything was amazing as always here!
Employees are always very friendly and polite. They were very efficient with the appointment and the social distancing guidelines were well laid out and easy to follow. Definitely recommend this location for Vet services!
Kirsten Wilson, Google Review
The curbside service was so convenient, I don’t think you could’ve made my visit any better!
This is the only veterinarian hospital we’ve ever taken our dog to. They have been caring for him since he was weaned. The staff is professional, responsive, and caring. I highly recommend them.
Vicky Fleming, Google Review
Our 2 dogs and 2 rabbits all go to St. Francis Animal Hospital.
All of the doctors and nurses there are very knowledgeable and well-educated. They are always helpful, kind, caring, compassionate, and always smiling. The new curb-side appointments are yet another example of how well they work. Thank you all so very, very much!
Shelley Markley, Google Review