Leslie Sinn, DVM, DACVB, currently maintains a private practice, Behavior Solutions, that provides behavioral services to dogs, cats, parrots, horses, and other animals throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Leslie earned her undergraduate degree in animal science and her DVM degree from University of Georgia, where she also completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery. After spending 5 years in private practice, she moved to northern Virginia in 1985 to join the faculty at Northern Virginia Community College Veterinary Technology Program. During her tenure, she taught a variety of courses, including anesthesia and behavior, and served as program dean for 15 years. Leslie then completed a residency in behavioral medicine and became board certified in 2016.
FUN FACT: Leslie has trained and shown a variety of animals, including cats, dogs, parrots, horses, llamas, cattle, sheep, pigs, and laboratory and zoo animals. She currently is working with her border collie, Possum, toward his Advanced Trick Dog title. His most recently mastered skill is turning an Easy Button on and off.