Welcome to Feline Behavior Housecalls

We provide in-home feline behavior consultations for house-soiling, marking, anxiety, aggression, new pet introductions, and many other issues.

Dr. Gross' calendar usually books one to two weeks in advance so call or email today to schedule a consultation.  We will do our best to get back to you within 24-48 hours.

In-Home Consultations

All consultations occur in the home so that the cat's environment and daily routine can be assessed. Recommendations for treatment usually involve behavior modification and "environmental enrichment" (changes made to the home environment to enhance quality of life).

Complete behavioral and medical history must be provided to Dr. Gross.  Medical problems must always be ruled out first by your regular veterinarian prior to scheduling a consultation.

 

WHAT ABOUT TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS?

Feline Behavior Housecalls is a veterinary practice, which means that we follow the legal requirements of the Veterinary Practice Act.  Dr. Gross must examine the patient in order to establish a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.  Once this has been established, we can diagnose and make treatment recommendations for your cat. 

 

"Veterinarians are the only people legally able to diagnose and treat medical and behavioral problems in animals, including prescribing medications to treat those problems." - American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior

 



Dr. Cori Gross is a feline-only veterinarian providing cat behavior consultations for residents of the Northwest including Seattle, Kirkland, Bellevue, Mercer Island, and Redmond.