Marsha Reich, DVM, DACVB

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Marsha Reich DVM, DACVB and her Wheaten Terrier mix, Shandy.

Dr. Marsha Reich is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. She is the owner of a house-call behavior practice that gives her the opportunity to evaluate and treat the behavior problems of pets in their own home.

A 1989 graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, she worked in small animal veterinary practice for eight years. In 2000, she completed a three-year behavioral medicine residency at the University of Pennsylvania and became board certified in 2001. Dr. Reich lectures both nationally and internationally and has contributed to textbooks on pet behavior. She also consults with local animal rescue groups. She lives in Maryland with her Wheaten Terrier mix, Shandy. In her spare time she enjoys baking, biking, and racing sailboats on Chesapeake Bay.

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  1. Antoinette Brosset on

    Hello, Dr. Reich,

    I was recommended to contact you by Beth Mullen of Dog Latin Dog Training. I am having some behavioral issues with my four year old neutered male Shiba Inu. The issues mostly stem from anxiety. I am his third Pet parent and he suffered neglect, abuse and adversive training methods at the hands of his two other Pet Parents. Thanks so much. Antoinette

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