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JANETTA SMITH - BA(Hons) Psychology & Dip(CABT) - Centre of Applied Pet Ethology (COAPE)

I am a qualified Companion Animal Behaviour Therapist / Counsellor and Psychologist and have vast experience in the treatment of behavioural problems in both dogs and cats for well over ten years. My expertise not only includes coping and dealing with a number of my own rescue animals past and present, but professionally within my own full time practice with referrals since 2002, including working with a number of animal re-homing centres.

My relevant qualifications, amongst others, include a BA(Hons) Degree in Human Psychology (1998), and a Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour & Training (2002).

I am also a qualified Pet Bereavement Counsellor, and have successfully completed a number of other animal related training courses over the years, including holding an Animal First Aid Certificate.

My passion as well as interest in studying the behaviour of animals (canine & feline) started many years ago, which over the years has led me to a number of “behind the scenes” and “hands on” wildlife conservation experiences & educational/research trips. These have included working closely for a number of months with a “Big Cat” charity in Namibia, South Africa in the rehabilitation of Cheetahs, as well as with the research of Tigers in India. Other educational trips have included studying Wolves in both Germany/Czech Republic and in Yellowstone National Park, USA. As well as last year the study & research of African Wild Dogs in Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve, South Africa.



I am also a recognised Associate Member of the COAPE Association of Animal Behaviour Practitioners, and am fully covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance.



 
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