In order to schedule a virtual consultation, your cat’s behavior issue must not be medically related. Problems such as litter box avoidance or unprovoked aggression may be due to an underlying medical condition. Make sure your veterinarian has cleared your cat of having a medically-caused behavior problem. The consultation with Pam is not intended as a medical diagnosis and is not a replacement for your cat’s personalized veterinary care. No medical or nutritional advice will be offered.
CAT BEHAVIOR VIRTUAL CONSULTATIONS
- The fee for a 90-minute virtual consultation is $395.00
- Follow-up 30-minute virtual consultations are $100.00 each (must be for original cat/original behavior issue)
- Consultations are scheduled weekdays and weekends, 9am-9pm central time
- Virtual consultations are conducted through Zoom
- Virtual consultations are not appropriate for all behavior issues
CAT BEHAVIOR IN-HOME CONSULTATIONS
- The fee for a 90-minute in-home consultation is $450.00
- Consultations are scheduled weekdays and weekends, 9am-5pm central time
- In-home consultations are limited to the middle TN area (Nashville and immediate surrounding locations)
- Additional mileage charges may apply. Contact our office for specific quote
- In-home consultations beyond the middle TN area are charged a day rate plus travel expenses. Contact our office for a specific quote
- Availability for in-home consultations is limited
SCHEDULING A CAT BEHAVIOR CONSULTATION
- email our office to schedule a consultation and provide a brief description of your cat’s behavior problem.
- You will be emailed information on how to prepare for the consultation, including a link to an online behavior history form and consent form.
- Payment for the consultation is due in advance
HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW CONSULTATIONS WORK?
Email our office for more specific information on the consultation process. Use the form below to contact us. You can also call our office at 615-217-4497. Due to our consultation schedule, using the contact form below is preferred for a quicker response.
NOTE: Do not email our office for free behavior advice. If you’re experiencing a problem with your cat’s behavior, contact your veterinarian because there may be an underlying medical cause. We do not offer behavior advice without a consultation.