Animal Behavior consultations for aggression, reactivity,
anxiety, pica, litter box avoidance, cat/cat integration,
cat/dog integration, and more. Basic, advanced and
puppy camp force free training from a licensed, masters
level expert for dogs, puppies, kittens and cats. New York
City based. Request a consultation.
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education presentations for schools and groups. Behavior,
handling and skill development workshops for pet care
service professionals. Request a presentation
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for urban and suburban wildlife. Request a presentation.
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Frania and Daisy
"After some searching I was so lucky to find
Frania. She helped us when most other
people (behaviorist included) told us to give
up. She was so wonderful with all my cats,
and really has an understanding of how their
little minds work. She did more for us than I
could ever possibly put into words!
"-Isis, Bronx, NY
"Frania is the best of the best. She is
insightful, patient and fantastic to work
with...We cannot recommend Frania
enough!" -Maita, NY, NY
"Frania was wonderful and really took the
time to address our most immediate hurdles
with our new rescue dog... we are continually
using Frania's advice and little by little it is
surely working. Her follow up was very
helpful and thorough also. Some things you
just would never think of without the
guidance and help of an expert."-Diana M.,
Praise for Frania’s book; Cats and Dogs: "This book combines
vital practical information for improving the shared lives of
human and nonhuman animals; it also peers behind the
curtain of important cutting-edge research in animal mind
and sociality to give us a glimpse of what amounts to no less
than a renaissance in our human understanding of the matter."
- Jeffrey Bussolini, BSFS, PhD, feline sociologist, co-director,
Center for Feline Studies/ABMSC