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Qualified with a Master's degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour, taught by some of the country's leading veterinary behaviour experts

Qualified with a Master's degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour, taught by some of the country's leading veterinary behaviour experts

Qualified with a Master's degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour, taught by some of the country's leading veterinary behaviour experts

A wealth of experience of caring for and training a wide variety of breeds and temperaments, including in rescue/rehoming environments.

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Why choose us?

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Qualified with a Master's degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour, taught by some of the country's leading veterinary behaviour experts.

Years of experience of caring for and training a wide variety of breeds and temperaments, including in rescue/rehoming environments.

I only use ethical, science-backed, pain-free methods using positive reinforcement. I NEVER use aversives or punishment. Your dog's welfare is our number one priority.

Dedicated to furthering education and knowledge by completing a minimum of 30 hours of CPD each year to keep up to date with the latest research.

Empathetic, friendly, approachable, non-judgemental, honest, supportive and kind - all the qualities of a great behaviourist! I always support you with what works best for you and your dog.

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         A bit about me!

Megan Burnett BSc (Hons) MSc is a qualified, passionate and professional Clinical Animal Behaviourist currently based in Lincoln, U.K.

 

Dogs have always been a huge part of my life and I have dedicated my career (a lot of time and money!) to understanding how they think and behave. I am qualified with a BSc (Hons) degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare from the University of Lincoln, and went on to specialise in Clinical Animal Behaviour, completing my Master’s degree under the supervision of some of the country’s leading veterinary behaviour experts. This is one of only three courses in the U.K. approved by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour to become a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist! 

 

I am also a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). Provisional members have demonstrated that they have the appropriate level of knowledge and understanding for the professional role of Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB). Megan is currently 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.

 

I also have a wealth of experience in caring for and training a variety of breeds and temperaments for safe rehoming in a rescue environment and spent many years during university walking dogs and pet sitting. 

I believe that training shouldn't feel like training; it should be easy and fun for all! My aim is for everyone to feel supported when experiencing challenging behaviours with their dog, and to help to improve their relationship.

Two very important members of the team are Toby and Lilah!

Toby and Lilah are my wonderful stooge dogs. If we work together on your dog's behaviour towards other dogs, you might meet these two for practical sessions!

They have helped lots of nervous or anxious dogs gain confidence around other dogs or learn how to interact appropriately. Don't worry, they are paid generously in walks and treats!

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