About Dr. Carolyn Lincoln
Veterinarian, Special Interest in Behavior Medicine
About Dr. Lincoln
Dr. Lincoln has practiced veterinary medicine in the Cleveland area since 1990. With behavior medicine as a primary interest, she cared for patients with behavior issues part-time throughout the years.
As she became more involved in this area and realized the tremendous need, she followed her passion and began making Play To Behave her full-time work. Now she can address behavior issues in the home and finds that dogs and cats are more relaxed and she can see first-hand how management can be improved.
“Dr. Lincoln is a very smart, and compassionate veterinarian and animal behaviorist. First and foremost, she has the well-being of her dog clients at the top of her list, and strives to help us humans better understand and improve the relationship we have with our dogs, so life is better for all of us.
– Deborah and Mike Edwards, Cleveland Heights, OH
American Veterinary Society for Animal Behavior
Throughout the years, Carolyn became more and more involved with the American Veterinary Society for Animal Behavior (AVSAB) and is proud that she now holds the position of Corresponding Secretary. It is an important and growing organization for veterinarians, veterinary behaviorists and doctorate level behavior professionals. She is also active in a number of other professional organizations related to veterinary medicine and to dog sports and training.
Veterinary Associations and Memberships
Carolyn also has a passion for the sport of dog agility and has competed for almost 10 years with her two Australian Shepherds and her late Pomeranian.
Pepper is a Master Agility Champion and has competed in the AKC National Agility Championships twice. Pepper-agility-webIn addition, Pepper and Carolyn were also invited to the Australian Shepherd Club of America National Agility Finals. Recently, Carolyn become involved in herding sheep and cattle with her young Aussie, Snip and loves it. Maybe someday her husband and children will welcome their own herd of sheep and cattle! (They will laugh at that one!)
I Know How Much You Love Your Pet Because I Love Mine Too!
Besides the two Aussies, Carolyn and her husband, David have four children and two wonderful cats. The last of the four children will soon be off to college.
Practicing veterinary medicine for almost 25 years, raising a large family, living a lifetime with dogs and cats, competing in the sport of dog agility as well as herding stock with her dogs, gives Carolyn a unique and experienced perspective on what your needs and busy lifestyle may involve.
I’d Love to Hear From You!
If you need help with any aspect of your dog or cat’s behavior, I am here for you. Contact me today to take the first step towards a more healthy and rewarding relationship with your pet.