In 2014 I completed a Certificate in Small Animal Medicine.
In 2021, I completed a Masters in Clinical Animal Behaviour at the University of Lincoln and I am currently working towards accreditation with ASAB, to become a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist.
A research project, that I was involved in, studying the relationship between cats and their owners was published in May 2021. You can read about it by clicking below.
As part of each animal’s individual assessment, I aim to uncover not only the motivation but also the underlying emotion(s) behind the behaviour(s) concerning you.
This means that each animal gets a behaviour management and modification programme that is tailored to his/her needs, increasing our chances of success.
WHY CHOOSE A CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOURIST WHO IS A VET?
Your animal’s health is of great importance, even when it comes to their behaviour.
Medical conditions, particularly painful conditions, can trigger or aggravate behaviour problems.
As an experienced Veterinary Surgeon with training in Clinical Animal Behaviour, working together with your Veterinary Surgeon, I will be able to bring about an integrated approach to your cat or dog’s behavioural problems, taking into account their health.