Being the only veterinary behaviourist in Hong Kong, Dr. Smillie is often asked for her professional opinion and perspective on companion animal behavioural issues.
MANY PEOPLE TALK TO ANIMALS, BUT FEW PEOPLE LISTEN TO THEM……
What We Do
As a veterinary behaviourist, Dr. Cynthia Smillie is trained to evaluate cases and to integrate information about the animal’s development, environment, behaviour and health including medical issues that may influence behaviour and then to select appropriate treatment from a range of options.
Some words from our happy clients
I strongly recommend Dr Smillie to anyone who is dealing with domestic animals that display behavioural problems. Her insights are an asset to any pet owner, and I am indeed thankful that she is here in Hong Kong serving the needs of both our animals and humans”.
Lauren, Mid Levels
Dr Smillie gave us hope in a situation which at times felt hopeless. All of us are extremely grateful to Dr Smillie for her expert advice when we were absolutely desperate for help. I strongly recommend her services to anyone who has a problem with a pet”.
Lady Patricia Mirrlees, Tai Po, Hong Kong
We would have no hesitation in recommending Cynthia for any pet behaviour problems and we would also suggest working closely with her to develop solutions to suit you and your pet”.
Colin, Sai Kung
When Dr Smillie came to meet us, the first thing I noticed was that she really listened. She took the time to find out every detail about Shadow’s background and behaviour, took lots of notes and asked questions. Dr Smillie went on a walk with us to see Shadow’s behaviour for herself and showed me how to handle it.
Kiralee - Discovery Bay
“When I moved back from Australia, my cat “Jazz” was not comfortable with the new environment and kept scratching the furniture and urinating on my bed. It made me and my family very unhappy as they were frustrated with Jazz’s weird behaviour as well. Then I found Dr. Cynthia