Danielle Beck

Clinical Animal Behaviourist

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Danielle is an enthusiastic individual with a passion for sharing her wealth of knowledge and experience with others. Helping to find the best way for people to help the animals in their care is Danielle’s life’s work. Nothing makes her smile more than knowing she has helped a dog and their human to reignite their bond. We have a variety of options if you need help with your dog including a supportive community, online courses and ebooks and one to one behaviour service. We can help give you the tools you need to understand your dog and increase their responsiveness to you. Danielle Works with Pet Guardians, Animal Professionals, Veterinary Professionals and the Media.

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Danielle is an Animal Behaviour Consultant based in Greater Manchester, UK. Danielle is a qualified Animal Behaviour Consultant and possess the necessary and relevant academic qualifications, which are backed up by over 18 years of practical experience, allowing her to practise, as an animal behaviourist. It is Danielle’s aim to provide caregivers with an insight into how their animals really think and the reasons behind their often problematic behaviours. Danielle is active on social media as the #Geekydogtrainer and offers free behaviour advice as an admin on the Positive Pet Advice Facebook group and through her ‘Animal Behaviour Chats’ live, can be found here or on her YouTubeChannel. The primary species Danielle works with are dogs however, due to her background in zoology and work within zoological facilities she is happy to see both domestic and non domestic species. Danielle’s previous work history includes zoological collections, exotic pet stores and kennels where she worked with a variety of animals from Rhino, Giraffe and Guinea pigs to Tree monitors, Milk Frogs and Marine Fish. Danielle is the first and only registered animal behaviourist who has been assessed for reptiles and has is both passionate and atheistic about reptile welfare, particularly lizards. Danielle’s MSc thesis focused on the factors affecting the stress of Green Iguanas kept as companion animals and she has a passion for enhancing and improving the welfare of captive reptiles.

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