We are looking for new ways to treat dogs with aggression behavior, brain trauma or obsessive-compulsive disorder to post-traumatic stress. There is a new breakthrough in the medical community and it’s called neurofeedback therapy. These electrodes are attached to the dog head and after treatment helped to improve a dogs behavior and for better physical and mental health as well as greater emotional balance, cognitive ability, and optimal performance.
Treatment in neurofeedback therapy began in 2002 and it was to provide pet owners an alternative way to help with their pets with either mental or emotional problems and provides veterinary offices with more options to their patients. Dogs with numerous injuries, abuse or concussions neurofeedback therapy has shown immense improvement in the dog.
After several treatments dogs have higher functioning behavior and are calmer and more social including many more positive changes within the dog such as walking straighter after a concussion. Dogs after treatment respond better to there owner and listen to commands. Neurofeedback therapy have been used on grumpy animals who refuse to get along with others and after treatment show signs to be calmer and easier to handle after treatment.