Virginia State Law requires us to see our patients, in the office, at least once per year. To ensure we provide you the necessary amount of time for your case review, please complete the following form FIRST. Once submitted, we will contact you by your preferred contact method to schedule.
Yearly Doctor Recheck
This is the first appointment following your initial assessment with the veterinarians. At this session, our team will review the doctor's full treatment plan. This will involved explaining how we achieve your long term goals as well as what specific exercises on which to focus right now.
In home treatment plans available in select areas. Please contact us directly for more information.
Our behavior modification specialists are available 6 days a week to help you teach your dog specific skills that has been outlined in your treatment plan.
In home training sessions available in select areas. Please contact us directly for more information.
Medication rechecks are scheduled with the veterinary nurses. At these appointments, your nurse will assess your pet's response to medical therapy and make adjustments as needed.
Medication rechecks are not conducted by the veterinarians.
Sometimes, it isn't worth bringing our nervous patients back into the clinic. We still need to check on their progress regularly to ensure they are improving and you are comfortable with the plan.
Our belief is that with proper education, empathy, and understanding, families and professionals alike can learn to work and live with animals to the benefit of both parties. Every few weeks, the team will offer specific workshops designed to enhance your understanding of animal behavior, training, medicine, and care.
While ABWC teaches several classes of their own, we also rent out our space to local force free trainers. Schedules change periodically, so be sure to see the full Group Classes page for more details.