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  • I have a Master's degree with distinction in Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare (Newcastle University)


  • I have an honours degree in Psychology





  • I am a fully Accredited Animal Behaviourist & qualified practitioner with the Animal Behaviour & Training Council (ABTC)


  • I am a Certified member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC)


  • I am a provisional Clinical Animal Behaviourist


  • I am a full member of INTOdogs, membership which is achieved after a rigorous selection process


  • I am a full member of the Pet Professional Guild which promotes humane and positive methods of training





  • I am the author of clinical research: Bradley A, Douglas C, Serpell J. Comparing the temperament of Newly Recognised Cross-Breed Dogs (Labradoodles and Cockapoos) and parent breeds using Canine Behaviour And Research Questionnaire In: British Society of Animal Science, Annual Conference. 2016, Chester, UK: Cambridge University Press.'




  • I am a content writer for Pet Professional Guild World Service Blog and Barks Magazine





  • I have 16 years experience with over 1700 dogs from over 150 different breeds





  • My advice and behaviour modification works as is evident by client recommendations, testimonials and veterinary referrals





  • It is possible for my clients to claim behavioural fees through their pet insurance

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Anna Francesca Bradley MSc BSc (Hons) offers some of the highest professional credentials in the field of animal behaviour in combination with 16 years experience with over 1700 dogs from over 150 different breeds


Prov. Clinical, Certified IAABC and Animal Behaviour and Training Council Accredited (ABTC) Animal Behaviourist

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At the moment, anybody can call themsleves a 'Behaviourist' & provide you with behavioural advice.


This is because at the moment animal behaviour is totally unregulated - so it's a bit like going to an unqualified dentist or dr! The unsurprising result is that an awful lot of these unregulated/unqualified sources are providing hopelessly outdated advice, wrong advice, dangerous advice or advice which is completely beyond their remit & potentially very harmful - we know, we see it weekly.




Vet nurse giving tips


Provders of online courses with no educational endorsement


Vet practice giving advice in absence of qualified veterinary behaviourist


Individuals/businesses providing outdated advice based on TV shows/internet


If these individuals do not have a recognised specialism in animal behaviour, then they cannot provide you with qualified, up to date and knowledgable advice



Fortunately there are now moves to regulate training & behaviour & you can read more about this



The only way to guarantee receiving the highest qualified, contemporary and caring advice promoting positive methods is to get help from an Accredited Behaviourist (APBTC, IAABC, INTO Dogs etc.) member + higher degree specialism in animal behaviour.  Each organization has specific standards, members must adhere to