PawLitically Correct offers in home cat behavior modification and training in the Washington DC metro area.
We are committed to improving the human-animal bond through positive reinforcement training.
Due to the novel coronavirus, COVID 19, I am only scheduling remote sessions. As DC, MD and VA move through each phase of reopening, I will evaluate the risks of doing in home consultations. My goal is to help cats and their humans while keeping everyone safe.
Due to the loss of revenue over the past few months, I will be making a modest increase in my pricing, effective August 1st 2020
Including but not limited to:
Litter Box Issues
Types Sessions Offered
PawLitically Correct offers in home sessions and remote sessions via Skype.
In Home Sessions.
Initial Consultation-$150 for our first 1.5 hour meeting. We will discuss your goals, observe any concerning behaviors and create a personalized training plan. (Effective 08/01/20 - $175)
Single Session-$125 for a 1 hour session.
Package of 4 Sessions-$400. Packages do not include initial consultation. This includes four 1-hour sessions.
Package of 6 Sessions-$600. Packages do not include initial consultation. includes six 1-hour sessions.
Remote Sessions-Conducted via Skype. A recording of the session will be sent to you.
Single Session-$80. (Effective 08/01/20 - $100)
Package of 4 Sessions-$240 (Effective 08/01/20 - $320)
Package of 6 Sessions-$360 (Effective 08/01/20 - $480)
What to Expect
Prior to our first session you will be sent a history form for you to complete and submit before we meet. If we are doing a remote session, you may be asked to submit videos and pictures of the concerning behavior and environment. After your session you will receive a training, behavior modification or environment modification plan. It's important that you stick to the plan and recommendations to achieve the desired outcome.
Lisa Stemcosky, the owner of PawLitically Correct, is a Certified Cat Behavior Consultant (CCBC) with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants. Through this business, Lisa is able to provide behavior modification plans to clients to keep their cats happy in their home
She is also the Feline Behavior Manager at Humane Rescue Alliance where she works with staff and volunteers to improve the lives of cats in and out of the shelter by providing behavior and training support as well as educating the community.
Since 2017, Lisa has been a mentor for the Jackson Galaxy Project, Cat Pawsitive Pro. As a mentor for Cat Pawsitive Pro, Lisa advises and mentors staff members and volunteers in shelters across the United States on how to implement feline behavior modification programs in their shelter.