Former UCBB graduate and lecturer has new book published with critical acclaim
22 Feb 2021 | University Centre
The aim of the book was to investigate and develop new and more personalised techniques for working with fearful dogs while critically evaluating the effectiveness of established solutions.
“One of the most comprehensive yet easily accessible books on dealing with canine fear. This is a must-have resource for both pet professionals and dog owners who want to find an effective solution to deal with canine fear.”
“Speaking to caregivers, students, and behaviour professionals, Lynda challenges us to examine our own biases and provides information to make more informed treatment plans.”
“The online remote delivery of our canine programmes really opens up opportunities to offer new and wider areas of expertise in specialist disciplines. Because students can choose to either join live webinars or via a recording in their own time, it offers real flexibility for our students, many of whom are adults with work and family commitments to juggle alongside their studies.”
“…gave me permission to get back into research, to update my knowledge and critical awareness of existing theories and practices. It gave me the confidence to question and re-evaluate established solutions, so I could challenge and then suggest new theories to make progress in the understanding of canine behaviour.”