Based on questions asked and voting, no one seems to have a problem with asking and answering personal behavioral questions, even though animal behaviorists are usually PhD's and Veterinary Behaviorists are DVM's with additional training.
This isn't VIN (Veterinary Information Network). I think that expecting pet owners to phrase medical and behavioral questions in a way appropriate to VIN is inappropriate. I think the appropriate thing to do is to expect the answers to be general and think of questions as pertinent case studies.
For example, if someone asks "I live in California. Should I vaccinate my lab for lepto?", an appropriate answer would be one that covers the risks and benefits of leptospirosis disease and vaccine as well as the fact that California Sea Lions are sometimes carriers and so the risk is higher if your dog goes to the beach, or like many labs, likes to go into the water. However the same answer (ie risks and benefits including regional and behavioral risks) should be given to the question "What are the risks and benefits of Leptosis vaccination?" or "I live in New Mexico, should I vaccinate my poodle for lepto?"
Another example would be questions about lab results. ie "My dog had a lab test and it showed a result of X, what does this mean?" could be answered with some general information about that lab and what different ranges usually mean, but not a diagnosis of that dog specifically.