Rosie Barclay

 Rosie Barclay is a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB) and past chair of “The Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors” (APBC). She is also a registered Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) Clinical Animal Behaviourist practitioner. Rosie holds a BSc (Hons) in Zoology and an MPhil in Animal Behaviour and Welfare from Nottingham University and is presently consulting as a clinical companion animal behaviourist on Jersey. Rosie has published several academic papers and has written numerous articles for magazines, newspapers, and social media and appeared on local and national radio and TV. She has given lectures and talks  and has spoken at the ‘House of Commons’ on the importance of regulating the behaviour and training industry. Rosie has also helped to design a child safety around dogs campaign called ‘speak dog and stay safe’ that she helps to run in Jersey for all the islands year one children.

In her spare time she enjoys amateur dramatics and has just acquired a caravan in France where she can relax and eat cheese.
She has two teenage children, a rescue Pekinese cross called Thisbe, a lovely gypsy horse called Thistle, chinchilla’s, 13 chickens, 2 terrapins, a pond full of fish and a very understanding husband.

Chair Emeritus
Rosie Barclay