Founder of the the first cats exclusively behaviorist practice in the United States, Mieshelle Nagelschneider studied animal behavior at Oxford University and the University of Edinburgh Royal School of Veterinary Studies, and her animal behavior experience at Harvard University (read more here) has enabled her to help cat owners understand the science behind their cat’s behavior. The first “Cat Behaviorist” in the U.S. and Canada, she is the award-winning international author of New York Times acclaimed feline behavior science book published in 4 languages by Random House Publishing. Watch Mieshelle on Nat GeoWILD’s Animals Doing Things With Howie Mandel and as National Geographic cat behavior documentaries and published works long time cat behavior expert and researcher for the 37 species of wildcats (including your domestic house cat).
3 – 4 Hours of Session Time During 4 Week Program Evaluation Period For: All urine spray-marking, Inter-cat or human aggressive issues including new cat integration, excessive vocalization or activity, compulsive PICA, or overgrooming issues.
Study Participation Reduced Fee Urination and Defecation Consults Include: 3 hours of session time during 4 week evaluation program period.