Clinical Animal Behaviourist/ Veterinary Behaviourist


Job Description:


Canine behaviour knowledge and practice is central to rehabilitating dogs within the with behavioural issues in a private practice. Science led behaviour knowledge also informs a range of behavioural modifications alongside training experience.


Job Responsibilities:


• Ideally you will be accredited as a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist with the APBC or ASAB or be a provisional member


• A skilled communicator you will be experienced in handling challenging dogs & cats with a range of problem behaviours, and be familiar with a range of different techniques for training and rehabilitation.


• Must have a Post-graduate Masters in animal behaviour or welfare qualification at degree level or above you will have a thorough, in depth knowledge of behaviour, training and welfare.



• You will provide specialist behaviour consultations for dogs (+/cats) showing behaviour problems including aggressive behaviour directed towards people, liaising with vets and others, supporting the owner, and offering follow-up support as required.




  • Support from a veterinary behaviourist to train towards becoming accredited with the APBC / ASAB if you are not already accredited

  • Paid accreditation to the APBC/ ASAB

  • CPD allowance of uptown £1000 per year

  • Flexible hours

  • Work as part of a growing team


If you would like to apply, please send your CV and cover letter to