Professional, Experienced, and Qualified Animal Behaviourist Covering all of Shropshire and Surrounding Areas!
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. My latest achievement is gaining a Master's in Clinical Animal Behaviour at the leading university in Animal Behaviour, the University of Lincoln.
I work with both dogs and cats to help understand you understand and hopefully fix their problems.
We cover Trefonen, Oswestry, Wrexham, Pant, Llanymenach, Chester and some of Mid and North Wales via in Person Consultations. We also cover the rest of the UK via virtual Teams meetings.
REBECCA'S QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
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."
FULL MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF ANIMAL PROFESSIONALS
The International Society of Animal Professionals (ISAP) was founded to improve animal welfare by encouraging better understanding of needs, methods, and difficulties professionals may face when working with animals. Through my membership, you can be rest-assured that I am an experienced professionals who focuses on providing high welfare care in the animal industry.
DOG WALKER AND PET SITTER WITH TAILSTER
An average day working with Tailster involves providing excellent communication with clients, reaching out to pet owners within Shropshire, and offering pet care and dog walking services. As each pet is different, I ensure that all individual requirements are met to a professional standard. This could be anything from providing balanced foods and enriching play for puppies, to pet sitting, exercising and socialising on dog walks, as well as providing basic training while pets are within my care.
WILDLIFE CARE ASSISTANT WITH CUAN WILDLIFE RESCUE
Cuan Wildlife Rescue has provided me with excellent experience and expertise in the care of wild animals. From hand-rearing mice and squirrels who were just a few days old, to caring for foxes, birds of prey, and other wild animals all with the aim of aiding recovery and returning them to the wild. Through my work here I have administered medication, provided an interface for members of the public, made field visits to collect admissions, and liaised with personnel from other local wildlife rescue centres, such as Stapeley Grange Wildlife Rescue Centre.
OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE
Completing wildlife conservation projects with the Eco School Challenge in Namibia. Working with the Cheshire Wildlife Trust. Gaining work experience at Farndon Kennels and Cattery. Cleaning and Accounting with Galvanize Consulting Ltd, Customer support at the Indoor Attractions of the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm.
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