Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Behavioral Service

Behavioral Services

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Leticia Fanucchi (DVM, PhD) to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Dr. Fanucchi is a veterinarian with advanced training in veterinary behavior medicine. She has experience working with behavioral problems in a wide variety of species and is looking forward to helping clients develop a stronger bond with their animals.  

Dr. Fanucchi sees new clients on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Re-check appointments may be scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays on an approval basis.  

Please call 509-335-0711 to make an appointment.


Behavior Services at WSU VTH is excited to offer a 4-week clicker training class in collaboration with Rachel Aiello!

Clicker is an all-positive method which owners and handlers can use to teach their dogs basic obedience commands, advanced tricks or even use to counter condition misbehavior. In this class, we will cover basic obedience, foundation to tricks and some strategies to work on misbehaviors. Instruction will include discussion,hands-on guided practice and some independent practice time. If you’re interested in having Fluffy pick up your socks, or just not bark at the doorbell, this is the class for you!

Dr. Leticia Fanucchi, DVM, PhD runs the Behavior Service at WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where she uses clicker training with her patients.

Rachel Aiello, MS, has extensive experience teaching clicker training in the community.

Behavioral Services

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