The Faculty of Veterinary Science at Chulalongkorn University will open a pet training service to correct the behavioral problems of pets. The Behavior Clinic will be open on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting 9 January 2019.
Generally, pet behavior that is excessive and unwelcome is considered bad and shows up as aggression, food/toy guarding, house soiling, chewing inappropriate objects, excessive barking, chasing objects, and jumping up on humans. Services offered include examination and diagnosis, followed by a treatment process and reward-based trainings that adheres to animal welfare policies.
Pricing of the Animal Behavior Clinic are as follows:
- Flat rate: THB 1,000 / 3 hours & 2 sessions
- Hourly rate: THB 400
- No more than 2 hours per visit
- Prices are exclusive of any additional treatment or services
Puppy Training Classes
Looking for a boot camp for your little pet pooch? The Faculty of Veterinary Science at Chulalongkorn University now offers puppy training classes, with a focus on training both the puppies and their owners. The owner will learn how to keep the puppy healthy, while the pup will learn how to socialize and behave in public, preventing future behavioral problems.
Requirements to Join the Class:
- The puppy is between 2 – 5 months old and has received its first vaccination
- Owners must be present during every class
- Duration: Each class is 1-2 hours, once a week, for 6 weeks (continuously)
- Training Method: reward-based
- Fees: 3,000 baht
Interested pet owners may visit the Animal Behavior Clinic and Medicine Unit, Floor 2, Sathavitiya Building, Small Animal Hospital, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University.
For more information, call 0-2218-9419. Staff for the Animal Behavior Clinic will be available to answer questions only on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Veterinarian Operating Hours:
- Mondays, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM : Dr. ChutamasBenjanirut, Instructor at the Department of Physiology, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University
- Wednesdays, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM : Dr. Pakapol Fucharoen [DVM, MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour (United Kingdom)]