At South East Dog Rescue, we are committed to helping even the most troubled of dogs through canine behaviour modification. We do this in two key ways:
1. Through on site rehabilitation
2. On going behaviour advice and support once in their new homes.
To be able to do this effectively, requires years of training and experience. We are extremely proud to have our own resident canine behaviourist, Kymm White, who has trained for several years at one of the UK’s leading animal behaviour centres, the Natural Animal Centre. We have experienced first-hand the benefits of formal training in the science of dog behaviour and welfare:
The Natural Animal Centre has a mission statement of ‘positively influencing the well being of animals worldwide’.
Formally opened in 1997 to promote compassion and good welfare for animals, the Natural Animal Centre focuses its teaching efforts on producing excellent, leading behaviourists. They do this by combining animal behavioural science with the teaching of communication and counselling skills thereby ensuring students become unsurpassed in their chosen career.
The Natural Animal Centre actively supports and trains the staff of many rescue centres (both in the UK and abroad) and has worked extensively with the Dogs Trust and the Blue Cross, as well as with South East Dog Rescue.
This practice is Vetsure Accredited. Click here to find out more about The Vetsure Network.