Exciting News! Join us for our Feline Behavior Help Series.

Do you ever wonder why your cats behave the way they do? Do you have feuding felines in your family? Are you thinking about adding another cat or kitten to the household? Have you ever wondered if you could be doing more to offer an enriched life for your cat? We have exciting news for you!

Animal Hospital of North Asheville has partnered with certified trainer Tristin Rehner, MS, CPDT-KA, CBCC-KA, CBATI of Pet Behavior Aid to offer a series of FREE Behavior Help Sessions dedicated to our feline friends. 

This series of Help Sessions is designed to set your cat up for a successful and enriched home life, help with behavior problems, and provide information on the basic needs of your feline family member. 

  • Tuesday, April 19th: How to Help Your Shy or Fearful Cat - 7:00 PM at Animal Hospital of North Asheville
  • Tuesday, May 17th: Kitten Socialization: Preparing for and Raising a Happy Kitten - 7:00 PM at Animal Hospital of North Asheville
  • Tuesday, July 19th: What is Normal Cat Behavior? (Tips for creating the best life for you and your cat) - 7:00 PM at Animal Hospital of North Asheville
  • Tuesday, August 16th: Tips on Managing a Multi-Cat Household (Helping your cat get along with other cats, dogs and people.) - 7:00 PM at Animal Hospital of North Asheville

As much as we wish we could include your pet in this class, it is for humans only, so please leave all those sweet and wonderful pets at home. 

These Help Sessions are free to the public on a first come, first seated basis. Please be aware that Animal Hospital of North Asheville will be seeing patients while the Help Session is in progress, so some of our parking will be reserved for the families of patients needing care. Thank you for understanding.

The mission of Pet Behavior Aid, a non-profit organization, is to increase the retention of companion animals in their homes in Asheville and Western NC through education and training programs for people who have dogs or cats, animal shelter and rescue workers, and the general community. To learn more about Pet Behavior Aid, please visit petbehavioraid.org