Appointments must be made in advance and take approximately 2 hours. The problem will be diagnosed and the owner instructed on methods to reduce the frequency and severity of the problem. If necessary, drugs will be prescribed. A letter outlining the treatment will be sent to the referring veterinarian when applicable.
Cornell University Hospital for Animals
Animal Behavior Clinic
Ithaca, NY 14853
The Animal Behavior Clinic functions to help owners solve behavior problems of their animals and is one of only a few services in the world providing behavior consultations for large animals. Common equine problems include stud-like anxiety behavior in geldings and foal rejection in horses.
Consult fee: $163
(+ medical records fee of $21 for initial cases, $16 for returning patients.)
NOTE: For house call, an additional $.50 per mile will be added to the bill.