Dr. Stephanie Borns-Weil received her DVM from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists (ACVB). She currently teaches Clinical Animal Behavior at Cummings School and writes and lectures to both veterinary and lay audiences on topics including aggression, inappropriate elimination, fears and phobias and compulsive behaviors. While her primary focus at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center is dogs and cats, she also treats birds, horses, rabbits and ferrets and consults with institutions such as zoos and aquaria about captive wild animal problems.
Behavior consultations are one and a half to two hours in length with Dr. Borns-Weil at the Behavior Service
During the consultation, the veterinarian will review the questionnaire about your pet, gather additional details about your concerns and discuss the diagnosis and treatment in depth.
Learn more about what to expect when you bring your pet to the Behavior Service
At the Behavior Service, we want you to have the most productive and efficient visit as possible. To help make this happen, we have a few requests for you.
By taking the steps we have outlined, it allows for the most productive session and the best possible outcome.