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About me - Rosie Barclay

I am very proud to state that I do not use any forceful or abusive techniques when modifying your pets behaviour.


I’m also very proud to be a certified member of 'Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians'.

The FABC helps to promote the highest standard of practice in clinical animal behaviour as set by the 'Animal Behaviour and Training Council' and the 'Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons'.


I’m a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CCAB) accredited by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB).

Certification is the means by which ASAB demonstrates to the public and to other professions, such as veterinarians, that certain individuals meet the minimum standards of education, experience, and ethics required of a professional clinical animal behaviourist.


I’m past Chair and full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC).

The APBC is an international network of experienced and qualified pet behaviour counsellors who work on referral from veterinary surgeons to treat behaviour problems in dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses and other pets.


I’m also an Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) registered practitioner at Clinical Animal Behaviour level.

The ABTC is the regulatory body that represents animal trainers and animal behaviour therapists to both the public and to legislative bodies. It sets and maintains the standards of knowledge and practical skills needed to be an animal trainer or animal behaviour therapist, and it maintains the national register of appropriately qualified animal trainers and animal behaviourists.




The methods I use are scientifically based and evidenced which means they are proven to work. You will come across an abundance of behavioral advice via the Internet, magazines, books, the TV, and all those nice people you might meet whilst walking your dog. However, this advice is often confusing and might not suit your pet’s needs and may even be a cause for welfare concern. Some methods work really well in the long term and are kind and some seem to work in the short term but are not so kind.

I love animals so I use the kind approach. I also like people so I am kind to you as well.