I am a fully qualified vet (LV) with a postgraduate Master Degree in Clinical Ethology (Autonomous University of Barcelona), recommended by the ESCVE (European Society of Veterinary Clinical Ethology). Having both a veterinary degree as well as a degree in clinical ethology gives me the advantage that I can treat both medical and behavioural problems. This is important because these are often closely linked to each other and resolving a behavioural problem with a medical cause by behavioural therapy alone is not sufficient.
I have been involved in a number of scientific research projects with a focus on animal behaviour and have been to the most important clinical ethology conferences to stay up to date with current knowledge of behavioural problems in pets (e.g. European Society of Veterinary Clinical Ethology Annual Congress Hamburg, Germany 2010, Southern European Veterinary Conference, Barcelona, Spain 2010, Feline Symposium Utrecht, the Netherlands 2009).
I am a lifelong owner of dogs, cats, and other companion animals and live in Cambridge.
If you want to know even more about me, see my Curriculum vitae.