Dr. Ellen Lindell

Dr. Lindell received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She practiced general medicine and surgery for several years, then completed a residency in veterinary behavior through Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Lindell is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. In addition to practicing behavioral medicine, Dr. Lindell enjoys lecturing and writing about animal behavior.


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Dr. Ellen Lindell is a Board Certified Veterinary Behaviorist. She is available by appointment to help families solve the behavior problems of their companion animals. Common problems are:

Our behavior service can help:
Aggression Destructiveness
Anxiety Fearfulness
Hyperactivity Excessive Vocalizations
House Soiling

A well-behaved pet is a pleasure to live with. One of our goals is to help people and their pets live in harmony. Our second and equally important goal is to support the behavioral health and well being of all animals. Our team focuses on improving communication between people and animals. With communication comes understanding. It can help to understand that many behaviors that we may deem undesirable in our animal companions are quite normal. That does not mean that we cannot gently change them.

Some behaviors are self-injurious, while others can be dangerous to people and/or other animals. We are committed to helping pets that demonstrate abnormal behavior as well as those that suffer from behavioral disease. With the application of appropriate treatment techniques, many behavior problems can be controlled or cured.