No. Behavior on any pet is highly individual and dependent on many factors. Results are dependent largely on implementation of strategies and follow-through and behavioral practice by owners. Together, we have shared responsibility for how much improvement you see and how soon. I will provide you the most current scientific approaches to modifying your pet’s behavior and you will need to practice with your pet, ask questions if you have them and let me know if things aren’t working so we can adjust.
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