Dr Sharyn Bistre Dabbah is a veterinary scientist who has been working in private practice as a clinical animal behaviourist since 2011, managing dogs and behavioural problems such as aggression and separation anxiety. She's passionate about assisting families with dogs to establish healthy and harmonious relationships. Sharyn completed her PhD in Veterinary Sciences from the University of Bristol. Her research focused on studying the performance of medical detection dogs and their behavioural attributes. She also holds an MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour from the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom and a BSc in Veterinary Medicine and Husbandry from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). Sharyn worked at the Clinical Animal Behaviour Hospital at UNAM. She has experience as a lecturer, teaching Animal Behavior and Welfare, and coordinated the Postgraduate Diploma in Animal Welfare at UNAM in collaboration with the WOAH.
Dr, MSc, BSc
Adoption or Foster Assessments, Aggression, Separation Anxiety, Puppy Behaviour, Resource Guarding, Mentoring
In Clients Home, Remote or Virtual Consult (UK ONLY), Remote or Virtual Consult (International)