Dr. Helen Zulch MRCVS

Helen Zulch, Head of Professional Development in Canine Behaviour at Dogs Trust, is a veterinarian and European and Royal College Specialist in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine. She is additionally a Visiting Fellow in clinical animal behaviour in the School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln and an Honorary Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. Helen has worked in the field of companion animal behaviour for over 15 years as a behaviour consultant as well as a lecturer. She was instrumental in developing the Life Skills for Puppies programme currently run at the University of Lincoln. Her research interests include problem prevention in pets, the relationship between pain and behaviour, olfaction in dogs and the sciences explaining learning and their application in and implications for training animals.

Helen Lives with her husband, eleven year old Border Collie and four year old Chocolate Labrador.
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  1. An overview of key aspects of the puppy education literature & possible implications for trainers
  2. That Makes Me So Frustrated! Exploring the Concept of Frustration in Dogs
  3. Life Skills for Puppies
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