I qualified as a veterinary surgeon from the University of Bristol in 2006 and went into general small animal practice for ten years, during which time my interest in the field of behaviour grew. This led me to obtain a GP certificate in animal behaviour in 2016, and then to obtain a distinction in an MSc in clinical animal behaviour from the University of Edinburgh. As part of the MSc I carried out a dissertation looking at canine cognitive dysfunction which is an important condition affecting many older dogs. I set up my own business in 2017, Wright Behaviour, and concentrate solely on canine and feline behavioural problems.
BVSc MSc CCAB MRCVS
In Clients Home, Remote or Virtual Consult (UK ONLY), Accepts Insurance Claims
North Somerset, England