Ready to Solve Your Pet’s Behavior Problems Now?

Super. Here’s how it all works.




There are 4 steps from right now until you and your pet are starting to see a meaningful difference in your pet’s behavior.

STEP 1: Make an Appointment

Call Francine at 858-248-1410 or email for an appointment.
Unfortunately, there are no “quick questions” about solving your pet’s behavior that I can address when you make the appointment. This is addressed during the consultation only. She is happy to answer questions about her services, but once you schedule, you’ll have a chance to tell her everything about your pet.

STEP 2: Complete a Behavior History Form

This form is where you tell Francine everything about your pet’s behavior problem(s). The more you tell her here, the better she can assess the problem and prepare a plan for you and your pet to resolve it. You will need to complete the form and email or fax it to Francine at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled appointment time.

STEP 3: Your Consultation

Francine will ask you any additional questions she may have and then teach you all the elements of a specific, customized behavior plan to solve your dog or cat’s behavior issue(s). During this session you will be learning the most effective techniques, gain the necessary knowledge and be provided with a plan to follow to change your pet’s behavior. A written summary of your plan will be emailed to you after your consultation.

STEP 4: You Make the Change Happen!

For behavior to change you need to follow Francine’s plan. That’s critical to your pet’s success. The dog and cat owners who commit to complying with the easy-to-follow steps Francine sets out for them are the ones who see the fastest, longest lasting results.

Just as important is follow up. Based on what you’re experiencing when implementing Francine’s protocols, you may need additional support. If her clients have a simple question, they usually send her an email and she will reply. If the issue is more complex, a follow up appointment should be scheduled. This can be a phone follow up or an in-person follow up depending on what is needed. A follow up is typically critical to the successful resolution of most cases, but how many follow ups and how often is very dependent on the problem, the patient(s) and you!