Veterinary Behavior Consultations, PC

1446 Brevard Rd. Suite 103
Asheville, NC 28806




Changing Behavior, Changing Lives


A well-behaved pet is a pleasure to live with. One of our goals is to help people and their pets live in harmony. Our second and equally important goal is to support the behavioral health and well-being of all animals. 

Our team focuses on improving communication between people and animals. With communication comes understanding.

We understand that companion animals sometimes exhibit behaviors that are normal but undesirable. We can gently change these behaviors. When companion animals exhibit behaviors that are self-injurious or that may be dangerous to other animals or people, an accurate assessment is critical to successful management. 

Thank you for taking the time to learn about our behavioral services in Asheville, NC.


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We have Experience

We can help with many behavioral concerns. Here are just a few examples: 


Fear, Anxiety & Frustration

Separation Related Distress

Aggressive Behavior

Fear Related to Veterinary Visits

Fear of noises including thunder

Housesoiling and marking

Destructive behavior

Repetitive and compulsive behaviors

Nighttime restlessness


Did you know that pain can contribute to behavioral changes? Learn more about the painless rapid screening test available at our Asheville location.

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Dr. Lindell

Dr. Lindell


Dr. Lindell is a board certified veterinary behaviorist with more than 20 years of experience improving the lives of dogs and cats with behavioral concerns. She has served as President of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists, written chapters for text books, and contributed to professional journals. Dr. Lindell travels to conferences around the country to teach veterinarians, nurses, trainers, and pet lovers about veterinary behavior.


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