To Schedule an Appointment for Your Pet 


  • 1. Review our cancellation policy above
  • 2. $50 fee is required to set up an appointment
  • 3. For DOG appointments: Click on the link (green button) to schedule online OR call us to schedule your appointment 
  • 4. For CAT, BIRD, or LARGE ANIMAL appointments, call us to schedule your appointment: 678-878-4410
  • 5. Read and sign the contract by clicking on the link
  • 6. If your dog is reactive, read and sign the aggression waiver
  • 7. Download and complete the appropriate history form 
  • 8. Return history form via email to ocddoc@msn.com 
  • 9. Ask your veterinarian to send pertinent medical records and laboratory results to ocddoc@msn.com


Veterinary Behavior Consultants

Please note that we do not process pre-authorization paperwork for insurance plans prior to a consultation 

Appointment cancellation policy


A non-refundable fee of $50 will be charged to your credit card when the appointment is scheduled. Appointment time or date changes can be made one time with at least 72 hours' notice prior to your appointment. The $50 fee will be credited toward your appointment invoice when your pet is seen. However, if adjustments are made to the scheduled appointment more than once, or with less than 72 hours’ notice, or if the appointment is cancelled, no credits will be applied.

Because we provide a unique service and because we have a limited number of appointments available each month, we ask that you let us know as soon as possible if you will not need your appointment. Please help us accommodate as many pets as possible by contacting us to cancel your appointment early, should you decide you do not need it.





    When scheduling your appointment, please let us know if any of the following apply:

    1. You feed your pet a raw diet.

    2. Your pet is not up-to-date on vaccines, deworming, or heartworm prevention.

    3. You are sick, or recovering from an infection, or you have a cough.

    4. You recently received a live vaccine (Flu mist, MMR, varicella, chicken pox, or shingles).