Stephanie is able to combine her knowledge and skills as a Canine Behaviour Counsellor with her current and past roles as a Registered Veterinary Nurse, further and higher education lecturer, author of numerous training manuals and a PR officer. This enables her to provide a range of behavioural services including development of training materials, tailored seminars, workshops and CPD sessions and as a consultant to those requiring canine behavioural advice in a professional setting.
Stephanie is only able to see clients on veterinary referral and is currently only taking new clients from her established referring veterinary practices. If you are unsure whether your practice is included please feel free to get in touch via the enquiry form here.
Stephanie offers a reliable and professional behavioural service for your clients. You can arrange referral of a dog under you care by either downloading and completing a referral form which found here, or by giving Stephanie's contact details to your client for them to contact her first for an initial informal chat. If they then decide to book she will forward a referral form to you for completion. Stephanie can also offer in house behavioural CPD, branded client fact sheets and advice on making your practice more behaviourally aware.For further information please complete the enquiry form here.
If you would like receive either a printed copy or a personal e mail copy of Stephanie's Veterinary Practice Newsletter, please contact me via the enquiry form here. Past copies of the newsletter are available below.
Trainers and other canine professionals
There is a close bond between providers of dog training classes and behavioural modification services. Each fulfils a related but different niche in the owner's need for guidance in managing their pet. Where the two services meet is blurred and many individuals provide services in both fields. As Stephanie does not currently offer training classes she is always looking to develop links with trainers offering quality classes using kind and effective methods. She may also be able to offer a service to club clients whose dogs do not suit the class setting or whose problems you may prefer to refer on. She also offers talks, information sheets and behavioural advice to trainers and club members and professionals from other areas of the canine industry.