Behavioral Questionnaire Client InformationThe * means that it is a required field. Please provide as much information as possible.Client's First Name* Client's Last Name* Address Line 1* City*State*Zip Code*Email* Primary PhoneSecondary PhoneDog's NameDog's BreedDog's AgeIs Your Dog Spayed or Neutered?YesNoDog's GenderMaleFemaleWho is your regular veterinarian?Behavioral Information:Please provide as much information as possible. This information will provide a preliminary understanding of your concerns and make our appointment more productive.1) List the behaviors of concern. Prioritize them (which are most important to address).Answer.2) Starting with the behavior on the top of your list, the one that concerns you the most, when did you first notice the behavior (age of dog)?Answer. 3) Is it increasing in frequency?*YesNo4) How often does the behavior occur? Does it happen every day and/or how many times a day?Answer.5) Does the behavior happen any particular time of the day?Answer.6) What do you think stimulates or motivates the behavior? Is it associated with anything you or a family member does?Answer.7) What have you done to try to change or stop the behavior? Or how do you correct the dog?Answer.8) Please list two recent examples of the behavior. Explain what happened, how you handled the dog, and the outcome.Answer.9) Why do you think the dog is behaving in this manner?Answer.10) Please describe the 2nd behavior from your list in detail. What is the behavior, when does it happen, and what have you done to try to work on it or correct it?Answer.11) Please describe the 3rd behavior from your list in detail. What is the behavior, when does it happen, and what have you done to try to work on it or correct it?Answer.12) Have you owned a dog before?*YesNo13) Where did you get this dog?*BreederShelterPet StoreRescueFriend13 a) If from a breeder, please list breeder name and location.14) If known, describe your dog's behavior as a puppy (e.g., very mouthy, timid around people, very confident).Answer.15) If you adopted your dog, describe how your dog behaved during the first 3 weeks in your home.Answer.16) Please list the people living in your home. Please include name, ages of children and describe your dogs response to each person.Answer.17) Please list the other animals in your home (in the order in which they were obtained). Please include name, species, breed, sex, age obtained, age now.Answer.18) What is your dog's relationship with the other animals (e.g., friendly, hostile, fearful)? Please describe.Answer.19) What do you feed your dog and how many times a day?Answer.20) Does your dog have a good appetite?Answer.21) Who feeds your dog? And where?Answer.22) What is your dog's favorite treat?Answer.23) Please describe a typical 24-hour day in your dog's life (include how many walks and romps in the yard).Answer.24) Is your dog in a:* fenced in yard electric fenced in area tether run kennel run boundary trained, no fence walked on leash 25) What is your dog's outdoor experience?*left outside all day on its ownleft outside for long periods of timelet out just to pottyyou go out with your dog to potty and play26) How do you play with your dog (e.g., fetch, tug, chase)? And, how often?Answer.27) Does your dog have a favorite type of toy? If so, what is it?Answer.28) Does the dog give up the toy when asked?*YesNo29) Did you train "drop it"?*YesNo30) How does your dog walk on a leash?Answer.31) How many walks do you take your dog on in a day?Answer.32) What do you give your dog to chew on or keep busy with (bones, kongs, treat balls)?Answer.33) Where does your dog sleep at night (please be specific)?Answer.34) If your dog sleeps in the bed, does s/he growl or snap if you move at night?Answer.35) Where does your dog stay when alone in the house (please be specific)?Answer.36) How does your dog behave while you are leaving the house?Answer.37) How does your dog behave when you return?Answer.38) How does your dog behave when someone familiar enters the house?Answer.39) How does your dog behave when someone unfamiliar enters the house?Answer.40) Does your dog act differently towards men or children?Answer.41) Does your dog seek attention by: none. Dog doesn't elicit any attention seeking behaviors. barking stealing mouthing mounting Other 41 a) If other, please explain.42) Does your dog eliminate in the house?*YesNo42 a) If yes: Urinate Defecate 42 b) If your dog eliminates in the house, does it happen when:you're homeyou're out43) Do you use a crate?*YesNo44) Have you done training? If yes, please describe (for example: private training, group classes, trained on your own).Answer.45) Did you complete and follow through with the training?Answer.46) What style of training did you use? None Positive Collar correction Other 46 a) If "other", please describe.47) Who did you train with (trainer name and location)?Aggression Screen 1: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SurePet DogHug DogKiss DogLift DogAggression Screen 2: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureCall off furniturePush/pull off furnitureApproach on furnitureDisturb while sleeping/restingAggression Screen 3: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureApproach while eatingTouch while eatingTake dog food awayTake human food awayTake water dish awayAggression Screen 4: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureTake rawhideTake biscuit/cookieTake real boneTake toy/objectApproach when dog has any object/toy/boneAggression Screen 5: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureVerbally punish dogPhysically punish dogSpeak to dog (normal tone)Stare at dogBend over dogPush on shoulders or backApproach dog near spouse or family memberAggression Screen 6: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureEnter roomLeave roomReach toward dogRestrain with a leashGrab the collarScruff RestraintPut leash on/take offPut collar on/take offAggression Screen 7: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureBathe dogTowel DogGroom/brush dogDog at groomersTrim nailsAggression Screen 8: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureLeash/collar correctionResponse to "sit"Response to "down"At veterinary clinicAggression Screen 9: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureUnfamiliar adult enters house or yardUnfamiliar child enters house or yardFamiliar adult enters house or yardFamiliar child enters house or yardResponse to toddlers/babiesDog in car at tollbooths, gas stationsAggression Screen 10: Please click a response for every item below.*BarkGrowlSnarl/bare teethSnap/biteNo ReactionNot SureUnfamilar adult approaches owner, dog on leashUnfamiliar child approaches owner, dog on leashDog in house, sees people outsideResponse to other dogs while on leashResponse to other dogs while not leashedResponse to other dogs who are not leashedIf you clicked on any aggressive responses, please continue with this part of the questionnaire.AG-1) What was the age of your dog when you first noticed the aggressive behavior (growling, snarling, etc.)?Answer.AG-2) What did you do when your dog first started to growl at you?Answer.AG-3) Who is/are the target(s) of aggression?Answer.AG-4) Have there been any bites? If yes, how many bites?Answer. AG-5) How many have broken the skin (if any)?Answer.AG-6) What parts of the body has the dog bitten?Answer.AG-7) Please describe the two most recent episodes including all of the details: who; did the dog growl, lunge, or bite; what were the circumstances; how did you handle it?Answer.End of the aggression section.Are there any additional comments you would like to make?End of questionnaire.Terms and Conditions:I, the Client, agree to fully cooperate in completing the training sessions as taught by Hudson Valley Dog Training, LLC dba Canine Coaching staff. I will practice the homework assignments to develop the proficiency in the tasks being taught. I understand that every dog reacts in a different manner to training and that dogs are, by nature, unpredictable. Therefore, dog training requires full attention and total awareness at all times. Animals may, without warning, cause injury to humans and/or other animals. I understand and agree that Hudson Valley Dog Training, LLC dba Canine Coaching is not responsible for the behavior of the pet at any time, now or in the future. I, the undersigned, as RELEASOR, in consideration of Hudson Valley Dog Training, LLC dba Canine Coaching, as RELEASEE, release RELEASEE’s heirs, executors, administrators, successors, employees, agents, directors, officers as to attacks, bites, mauling, or all of them, by dogs or other animals to any person or animal including my own for the safety of myself, my dog, those around me and those dogs around me while learning dog training and while working with my dog. I sign below in recognition of my understanding that any injuries received by me, others and/or by my dog or other animals while taking classes, participating in behavior consultations, or after such activities in my home or at any other location are my own responsibility. 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