Are you a pet owner or animal industry professional who wants to learn more about animal behaviour or First Aid?
Maybe you are part of a veterinary practice or animal business and want to expand your professional development and knowledge? I can help.
How I can help
Hello! I’m Caroline Clark. I am qualified veterinary nurse offering accredited First Aid training for the professional and the pet owner. I’m also a registered clinical animal behaviourist providing advice on a range of behaviour problems for companion animals. I offer short bespoke courses and provide CPD events in centres throughout Yorkshire, North East Lincolnshire but can travel nationally if required.
Courses for pet owners
First aid for animals (dog, cat, small mammals): how to deal with a life-threatening situation whilst waiting for the vet.
Understanding dog and cat behaviour
Courses for animal industry professionals
First aid for animals (dog, cat, small mammals): how to deal with an emergency whilst waiting for the vet.
Recognising illness and disease control in the kennel, cattery or grooming parlour
So you want to be a dog walker or pet sitter?
Understanding and recognising common ailments in small mammals such as rabbits and rodents – for pet shop owners and employees
Understanding dog and cat behaviour – for veterinary nurses, kennel and cattery owners
Continuing professional development (CPD) to veterinary practices
Presentations to members of the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA)
To arrange a course tailored to your needs, please contact me.
I am a fully qualified member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and the Association of Behaviour Training Council (ABTC). I have a Post Graduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling from Southampton University and am a Registered Veterinary Nurse. I also hold a professional teaching qualification and have over 20 years experience in this field.
My first aid course is now fully accredited and approved by Continuing Professional Development Standards (CPD Standards). This means it has been externally assessed, meeting the high standard set by this nationally recognised body.
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