About Freeborn Dog Behaviour!
'Hi there! My name is Charlotte and I run Freeborn Dog Behaviour. My love for animals began in childhood where I was lucky enough to be surrounded by a variety of wonderful creatures, all who I loved dearly. As I begin to grow older I realised not all animals were treated kindly, which deeply upset me. This grew my passion for animal welfare and the need to make a difference to animals lives. I work in animal rescue which is very rewarding and can be very tough. I have always had a fascination with animal behaviour, in particular dog behaviour which drew me to developing a career as a dog behaviourist. This career allows me to help people, help their animals and help enhance the pet-owner bond. Thank you for looking at my website, please feel free to contact me'
Qualifications and experience!
BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare (Clinical)
This degree is validated by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) accreditation committee as delivering the academic elements necessary for an individual to achieve ASAB certification as a clinical animal behaviourist (CCAB)
Provisional Member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors
Provisional Members have demonstrated that they have the appropriate level of Knowledge and Understanding for the professional role of Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB). They are now gaining the practical experience necessary to be assessed as a CAB and therefore become a Full Member of the APBC. The APBC supports its Provisional Members undertaking behaviour consultations.
Candidate Member of the Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians (FABC)
Extended Diploma in Animal Management
5 Years experience working with rescue dogs for leading welfare and rehoming organisation
Continued professional development
I continue to improve my knowledge and keep up to date by attending conferences and courses on a regular basis.
Attended Chirag Patel's - Understanding, Managing and Modifying Problem Behaviours - 6 day course October 2021