Helen Green

Species Seen:

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It is important to consult your veterinarian to rule out any underlying medical issues before embarking on any remedial behavioural work with your dog. Lethargy, pain, deafness, soiling in the house may be the reason your companion animal appears stubborn, aggressive, lazy or ‘insolent’! Having fallen into many of the pitfalls myself over a lifetime of living with companion dogs, I am passionate about force free resolution, animal welfare, behaviour, and sentience. I hold a BSc (Hons) in Applied Animal Behaviour, a Level 6 Diploma in Advanced Canine Behaviour, a Level 5 Diploma as a Dog Behaviour Practitioner, have attended a variety of dog behaviour and training presentations, helped run puppy classes and have worked within the rehoming/rescue centre environment, liaising with inhouse behaviour teams and veterinary staff. Every breed has its characteristics. Every individual their own experiences of nurture/nature and environment. For that reason, behavioural management plans require scientific knowledge and hands on experience. History taking, physical observation and monitoring the animal’s response to management plans are important elements of behavioural change. After initial contact to discuss the problem and ascertain whether I can help, I will send an in-depth questionnaire to be completed by the client, prior to the consultation. The questionnaire is an important history taking exercise that allows me to review the case prior to us meeting and save valuable face to face time to try and determine the causes that are resulting in the problem behaviours. “Provisional Clinical Animal Behaviourst (CAB) Members have demonstrated that they have the appropriate level of Knowledge and Understanding for the professional role of Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB). They are now gaining the practical experience necessary to be assessed as a CAB and therefore become a Full Member of the APBC. The APBC supports its Provisional Members undertaking behaviour consultations.”

BSc (Hons) Applied Animal Behaviour, L6 Diploma Advanced Canine Behaviour, L5 Diploma Dog Behaviour Practitioner

APBC Expertise:
Aggression, Separation Anxiety, Puppy Behaviour, Resource Guarding

Consultation Type:
In Clients Home, Remote or Virtual Consult (UK ONLY)

Playford Road, Little Bealings