The Urination and Defecation Feline Behavior Wellness Consultation (learn more here)
Study Participation Reduced Fee Urination and Defecation Consults Include: 3 hours of session time/3 appointments during 4 week evaluation program period.
STEP ONE: Schedule Your Zoom or Phone Appointment
- Important Update: we are scheduling Zoom and phone appointments with the doctor and cat behaviorist through October 31st. Through October 7th, receive the study participation reduced fee for urination or defecation appointments. Scheduled cat owners can also participate in Mieshelle’s cat behavior show with Discovery Channel (her show is the most-watched cat behavior show in the world with over 125 million viewers internationally).
- Our Zoom behavior services are covered by most pet insurance health plans.
THE SCHEDULING PROCESS:
In lieu of Paypal, you are welcome to contact the clinic to schedule and pay with credit card at 503-267-8888. Our office scheduling hours are daily from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Pacific/9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern.
Feline Urination and Defecation Behavior Wellness Program Includes:
- 3 Hours of Consultation Time During 4 Week Program (3 appointments included): 1 to 1.5 hours initial appointment and two follow-up appointments included during the 4 week evaluation program time with Mieshelle Nagelschneider and our veterinary team. Urination and/or defecation behavior issues only.
- During the initial behavior plan consultation you will receive an in depth behavior analysis and an all-encompassing behavior plan including behavior strategies for your single-cat or multi-cat household. Behavior plans are comprehensive (8 to 11 page document covered with the cat owner), and based on the most recent cat behavior scientific research studies that include feline learning and memory, feline evolutionary biology, and gene-encoded “innate” behavior in cats to ensure long-term correction of the behavior.
- The 325.00 consult fee includes the $125.00 study discount through October 7th (consult programs are 450.00 without study participation). Behavior appointments are conducted by Zoom video or phone.
- If paying via Paypal, the website will automatically take you to Step 2 (scheduling form) and then Step 3 (Feline Behavior History form) after completing Paypal payment.
Your consultation will be scheduled with our principle certified cat behaviorist and founder of the clinic, Mieshelle Nagelschneider (or the option of our veterinarians if you’re local or virtual if a veterinarian). If you are in need of an in-home consultation with either the cat behaviorist or veterinarian (this is determined by state), these need to be scheduled by phone and different behavior fees apply.
The Science Behind Successfully Correcting Your Cat’s Behavior Long Term
As founders of the “Cat Behaviorist” specialty and cats exclusively behavior clinic in the United States, Mieshelle Nagelschneider studied animal behavior at Harvard University, Oxford University, and animal behavior and animal welfare at the University of Edinburgh (Royal School of Veterinary Studies). Her studies have enabled her to help cat owners think more scientifically about their cat’s behavior. She is the award-winning international author of New York Times acclaimed feline behavior science book published in 4 languages by Random House Publishing and long time National Geographic cat behaviorist and cat species researcher for cat behavior documentaries and published works. View 350 solved case study reviews and client testimonials.
Gene-encoded Cat Behavior and Why it Matters For Lasting Success for Cat Behavior Issues
Taking into consideration feline evolutionary biology and your cat’s gene-encoded behavior (instincts and fixed action patterns) is just one of several components that must be a part of a successful behavior plan that yields lasting results. To achieve this, it’s necessary to work with a cat behaviorist that has a solid understanding of, and can effectively apply the sciences of genetics, animal psychology, biology, physiology, learning and memory to effectively correct a cat’s behavior.