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Rebecca Partoon
Animal Behaviourist

Professional, Experienced, and Qualified Animal Behaviourist Covering all of Shropshire and Surrounding Areas! 

I work with Dogs and Cats. 
My specialty areas are Aggression and Anxiety.

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About Us

Having worked with animals all my life, I have spent a long time studying their behaviour and how to improve the bond between owner and pet. To help improve my knowledge, I have completed several stages of education. I gained a Master's in Clinical Animal Behaviour at the leading university in Animal Behaviour, the University of Lincoln and I am now embarking on doing a PhD with the university. 

I work as a canine and feline behaviourist and also a Canine Behaviour Lecturer at University Centre Reaseheath where I hope to teach the next budding behaviourists!  

I am based in Oswestry, but cover Wrexham, Pant, Llanymenach, Chester, Telford, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, and some of Mid and North Wales via in Person Consultations. We also cover the rest of the UK via virtual Teams meetings. 

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REBECCA'S QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES

CANDIDATE CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOURIST (CAB) MEMBER OF THE FELLOWSHIP OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR CLINICIANS (FABC) 

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II am a Candidate Member of the FABC, FAB Clinicians believe that clinical animal behaviourists should be highly qualified, highly experienced and work to the highest ethical standards, following up-to-date scientific techniques. This means all of our Certificated Members are independently accredited in each of the species they primarily work with, but they may be preparing for accreditation in other species.  Clinical cases are only ever taken on veterinary referral.  In the UK we conform to the regulatory standards set by the umbrella body, the Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). I am currently working towards full Certified membership. 

PROVISIONAL CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOURIST (CAB) MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF PET BEHAVIOUR COUNSELLORS

II am a Provisional Member of the APBC, meaning I am legally allowed to undertake behavioural consultations under the accredited organisation. The APBC have stated: "Provisional Members have demonstrated that they have the appropriate level of Knowledge and Understanding for the professional role of Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB). They are now 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 am currently in the process of applying for full membership. 

PRE-CERTIFIED CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOURIST (PRE-CCAB) MEMBER OF THE CERTIFIED CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOURISTS (CCAB) CERTIFICATION 

II am a Pre-Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist with the CCAB Certification - through ASAB . CCAB-ASAB are a non-profit organisation and operate purely to protect animal welfare, by setting and upholding the highest standards for the practice of Clinical Animal Behaviour. ​We are not a course provider, nor a membership organisation for the behaviourists we accredit. Veterinary professionals and animal care-givers can therefore rely on our independence and objectivity.

EDUCATION

2016 - 2018 - Distinction in a Level 3 Technical Baccalaureate Extended Diploma in Animal Management at Reaseheath College. 2018 - 2021 - Completed a Bachelor of Sciences Honours combined degree in Animal Behaviour and Biology at a First.

2019 - 2020 - Completed an Animal Medicines course for Companion animals with the Animal Medicines Training Regulatory Authority (AMTRA) to become a Suitably Qualified Person (SQP) in prescribing, supplying and administering animal medication. 2020 - 2021 - Began studying an additional Level 5 Diploma in Advanced Applied Animal Behaviour. Became a full participating member of the International Society of Animal Professionals.

2021 - 2022 - Completed a Master's of Science at the University of Lincoln in Clinical Animal Behaviour

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