E’Lise Christensen, DVM, DACVB

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E'Lise Christensen, DVM, DACVB and her dog, Dewey. www.behaviorvets.com (Colorado) www.nycvetbehavior.com (New York City)

E’Lise Christensen, DVM, DACVB and her dog, Dewey. www.behaviorvets.com (Colorado)
www.nycvetbehavior.com (New York City)

Dr. E’Lise Christensen is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and has a behavior practice in New York City and Denver. While in veterinary school, she researched separation anxiety in shelter dogs, was an assistant trainer at an animal shelter, and studied with numerous board-certified veterinary behaviorists. She entered the Behavior Residency Program at Cornell University in 2004, during which she did research and treated behavioral problems in a number of different species. Her most cited research involved evaluating the efficacy of canine temperament on an array of behavior topics, including but not limited to small animal behavior, public health, and animal sheltering.

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    Harry Schhroder on

    Dear Dr. Christensen: My Vet at Tribeca Soho Animal Hospital recommended you for my adopted cocker-spaniel, Connor. He is four, and has some traits of cocker rage, though I understand it is very rare. He has a frightening sounding growl, for no apparent reason at times ( no showing of the teeth). He is very loving and sweet, and smart, he knows his name. He’s friendly with other people and dogs, However, I wanted him to try on a new harness, and the sales person quickly withdrew when he growled at her— she had had some bad experience with another dog. Being a cocker, I must keep his ears are cleaned, and thus far he lets me, but truthfully I’m afraid to do it.
    Thank you can help us out? Would like to meet.

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