Residency Trained in
Veterinary Behavior

Albuquerque and Santa Fe, NM
(505) 792-5131

Classes

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Understanding your cat’s behavior

Next class date TBD. Please check back soon.

Dear Concerned Cat Owner:

This class is intended to help you understand and manage your cat’s behavior issues. At the start of the class I will gather details on the concerns of each participant so that I can tailor my presentation, giving you the most information possible. I’ll be sure there is plenty of opportunity for individual questions. There is no need to bring your cat.

Experience has shown that some folks come away with everything they need to improve their cat’s behavior. Others are off to a good start but need additional guidance. I’ll do my best to help you and your cat see improvement in the shortest time possible, but bear in mind that some behaviors are complex. Not everything has a simple solution.

I hope to see you in class. I’ll be ready to do whatever I can to improve the life you share with your cat.

All the Best,
Jeff Nichol, DVM

Understanding your dog’s behavior

Dr. Nichol’s behavior classes have been helpful to many dog owners. A class will be held on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 6:00 pm at the Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center; up the stairs on the 2nd floor. Please come to the door on the East side of the building. The address is 4000 Montgomery NE (South Side of Montgomery) Albuquerque. The cost is $50.  Call us to register 792-5131.

Dear Concerned Dog Owner:

This class is intended to help you understand and manage your dog’s behavior issues. At the start of the class I will gather details on the concerns of each participant so that I can tailor my presentation, giving you the most information possible. I’ll be sure there is plenty of opportunity for individual questions. Due to meeting space limitations only pet parents can come to class.

Experience has shown that some folks come away with everything they need to improve their dog’s behavior. Others are off to a good start but need additional guidance. I’ll do my best to help you and your dog see improvement in the shortest time possible, but bear in mind that some behaviors are complex. Not everything has a simple solution. Bring note taking materials.

I hope to see you in class. I’ll be ready to do whatever I can to improve the life you share with your dog.

All the Best,
Jeff Nichol, DVM