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Feature October 2019 Issue

What Credentials Does the Animal Behaviorist Have?

The right behaviorist will really be able to get a handle on your cat.

What Credentials Does the Animal Behaviorist Have?

4 types of specialists to choose from.

Perhaps your cat is aggressive to the point that you canít defuse the situation on your own. Or he keeps getting into the linen closet despite all your efforts to keep him out of there. Or he wonít stop climbing on the table while youíre eating. Where do you turn? To an animal behaviorist, of course.

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