The Pet Behaviour Centre - Services

By: The Pet Behaviour Centre  05/12/2011
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Lecture Services

The Pet Behaviour Centre can provide seminars on a range of topics for interested groups such as SPCA volunteers, local authority workers (park wardens ,dog wardens and those coming into contact with the public and their dogs), veterinary nurses, breeders, schools and colleges, veterinary surgeries..

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The Pet Behaviour Centre - Canine/Dog Behaviour Problems

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