Sandra has been consulting on animal behaviour for over 12 years and has recently completed a Master's degree in Anthrozoology from University of West of England. Sandra is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and a Clinical Animal Behaviourist. Sandra has a passion for conservation. She works on the Mankwe Reserve in South Africa at least twice a year, supporting the training programme for anti-poaching dogs whose job is to protect the magnificent Rhino. She actively organises fund raising events in the UK and champions the protection of this species at every opportunity. She is proud to be an active Trustee of the charity Animal Saviours whose conservation work in the UK and in South Africa makes a difference to protected wildlife. Sandra also is a puppy walker for Guide dogs and has a puppy every year to train and prepare for this very special job. She loves training any dog, but large breed dogs are the dogs that get her most excited, as the support and guidance of a skilled behaviourist can deliver exceptional behaviour change. She passionately believes that every dog is an individual and works with you to deliver a behaviour programme that is bespoke to your behaviour challenges and your dog.
MRes University of the West of England
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