From Friday 27th March our Aldershot practice will be closed until further notice due to COVID-19


Due to COVID-19, our other practices are physically open for urgent and emergency cases. All other assistance will be provided via telephone advice or video consultation, where available. To access this service please call us. Click here for further information.

  • Behavioural Problems

We are very aware of the stress caused by behavioural problems and how much this can detract from the enjoyment of your pet.

Problems include difficulties with training, soiling indoors, phobias and aggression.

In the majority of cases the problem can be resolved or at least controlled.

As a general rule it is good to handle pets a lot when they are young so that kittens, puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs become used to handling.

While they are young it is good to include handling of the ears, feet, and looking into the mouth as part of a regular routine. This can then be continued and makes future examining or administering medicines much easier if and when they should be required.

Always praise and reward for good behaviour.

Puppy Parties are a very useful start in the training process, for further information please click here.

Contact us to make an appointment to discuss behavioural cases. There is a fee for these consultations.

Cathcart & Winn Veterinary Clinic & Hospital