Fear Free Training

Dr. DiGiacomo is a certified “Fear Free” veterinarian, having undergone training in the most current stress- and fear-free handling techniques for your pets. NSVH strives to provide the most calm, stress-free environment for our patients. We have partnered with highly trained, well-respected trainers in the area who also embrace the “Fear free” and “Force free” training philosophy.


At Attention Dog Training

at attention training

At Attention Dog Training uses positive reinforcement based methods which will promote learning for your dog with long lasting effects. Science has shown that using harmful tools such as e-collars, prong collars, and whips only lead to long term psychological damage. At Attention’s trainer can help you understand your dog, which will foster positive communication between you and him/her. Dave, our master trainer, who is also a U.S. Army veteran, will get your dog sitting “at attention” in no time!

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Melanie Cerone, Ph.D.

Melanie Cerone

Given the serious nature of dog training and behavior modification, Melanie chooses to take a professional stance toward ongoing education. Should you choose to work with Melanie, she wants you to benefit from the very latest scientific research in and practical applications of learning theory, applied behavioral analysis, and training. And she wants you to enjoy the peace of mind of knowing you’re working with a trained professional dedicated to connecting the dots between your training goals and your training results.

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After 7 years of practice in veterinary medicine, I have collected a number of “veterinary old wives’ tales”. There are many misconceptions common within the pet-owning community, and those of us who work in veterinary medicine tend to hear the same ones frequently. Some are of these old wives’ tales are cute and quirky, while […]

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