The treatment of behavior problems in dogs and cats is possible once we have a reliable diagnosis.
The first is to differentiate if the animal has a behavior problem or an education problem:
What does it consist of?
Many behavior problems have an organic or neurological cause and cannot be solved with training alone. Its treatment and diagnosis must be carried out by a clinical ethologist veterinarian since he is the only professional who has the necessary knowledge to be able to discern between organic problems (health, pathological) that can cause or aggravate behavior problems, and behavior problems themselves.
A coach/educator can do the behavior modification, but should never be the one to diagnose the problem.
These problems, in many cases, are the result of the owners’ ignorance about how to give their dog a good education and, in some cases, use tools that, far from solving the problem, aggravate it, turning into a lack of education canine in a behavior problem such as aggressiveness.