While behavior problems are one of the leading causes pets are surrendered to shelters, these problems can typically be resolved through training and management. The Humane Society of Western Montana's Behavior Helpline is a FREE consultation service for anyone having problems with their pets. Our goal is to help keep pets where they are happiest- in their homes.
Are you having problems with a family pet? Fido chews everything in sight? Fifi has accidents in the house? Scamper scratches the drapes? Call or email the Humane Society of Western Montana's Behavior Helpline. We offer free advice and materials to help you solve the problem and point you in the right direction so that you can keep your beloved pet!
For the fastest reply, fill out the dog or cat form below.
Our Behaviorist is also available to take your call at 549-9295 during open shelter hours, Tue-Fri from 1-6 and Saturdays from noon-5 pm. If you call and must leave a message, your call will be returned by the next business day. For the fastest service, please use the links above to submit your questionnaire. By providing details in advance about your pet, we will be able to maximize your time with our Behaviorist during your free consultation.
A $55 gift provides behavioral counseling for five families. Last year, we helped 319 households keep their pets through this free service with the support of your donations.
Click here to help fund this program. Contact the Behaviorist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Behavior Help Resources
Humane Society Training and Behavior Handouts
Indoor Dog Games
Everyday 'Say Please' Training
Crate Training Adult Dogs
Stress Relief Products
Leash Aggression and Reactivity
Helping Fearful Dogs