Toronto Pet Behaviour Management Clinic
Animal behaviour includes a wide range of different reactions. Factors such as inheritance, early life education, environment, and animal’s physiological state and natural stimuli play a significant role in behaviour formation. Different behaviours indicate how the animal communicates with its surrounding environment.
These behaviours may be undesirable for humans and animals, whether automatic or acquired. Some of them, such as aggressive behaviour, may be very dangerous and cause injury and damage to humans and other animals.
Behavioural disorder in pets may signify a pathological problem or an intuitive and natural behaviour that is inappropriate, untimely and extreme. On the other hand, the tolerance threshold of animal owners for a specific behaviour is different. For some, tolerating a behavioural disorder is a simple matter, while others consider the same behaviour to be destructive and unacceptable.
In all cases of behavioural disorders, you must carefully examine the animal in terms of physical health. It would be best if you first considered the cause of unwanted behaviour to treat behavioural problems. Sometimes it is possible that what is not desired by humans is a natural behaviour that has turned into an unbearable situation due to the animal owner’s ignorance.
If you need help managing your pet’s behaviour, contact the Toronto North Animal Hospital and take advantage of its expert advice.
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At Toronto North Animal Hospital, we work around the clock to provide the best services to our dear clients. Our love for animals drives us to do our best. We're not afraid to roll on the floor with a puppy, and we love the kitties that greet us daily. With initiative, positivity and sincerity, we strive to bridge the gap between humans and pets and focus on their health to establish a better and stronger relationship because we consider animals family members.