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Beginning January 2022, Dr. Lindell will not be accepting new clients and patients in the Connecticut and New York locations. She will continue to consult directly with primary care veterinarians and veterinary specialists regarding case management. We encourage you to schedule a one on one session with Dr. Lindell so that she can guide you through the assessment and treatment of your behavior patients.
How does this work? First, you would collect a behavioral history. You are welcome to use the forms on our website. After you have evaluated your patient physically and reviewed the behavioral history, you may contact our office to set up a telephone or video appointment with Dr. Lindell.
Once you schedule your appointment, Dr. Lindell will review the medical and behavioral history as well as any videorecordings. During the consultation, you will have an opportunity to discuss any concerning examination or laboratory findings.
Dr. Lindell will help you design a list of differential and definitive diagnoses and will discuss the overall prognosis. Treatment recommendations will be provided and may include behavior modification, environmental modification and enrichment, and pharmacological options will be considered.
Vet-to-vet consultations are approximately 30 - 45 minutes long and can be scheduled by email (email@example.com).