To solve these behavioral disturbances, re-education is fundamental.
The veterinarian has a fundamental role as he is able to determine the origin of the problem and he will guide the owner to have the dog examined by a specialist in behavioral medicine.
The visit of a behaviorist veterinarian is based both on the observation of the dog and its behavior in the studio, and on the collection of useful information received from the owner.
Diagnosis, prognosis and prescription of therapy follows. The latter may include the use of drugs associated with specific re-education exercises.