SafePets UK was founded by Animal Behaviourist Debbie Connolly who is the behaviour consultant for several rescues. With her team, Angie and Ella, and her wonderful Management, Real Women Today, she works as a behaviourist solving the problems of pets and livestock. Read on to find out more about us, or see Prices & Services for a simple list of options.
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Debbie Connolly has many media and magazine credits, including TV’s “Dog Borstal” and “Britain’s Most Embarrassing Pets”. She created Bravo Working Dog Rescue to help the many failed and retiring Police and security dogs back to a safe pet home.
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SafePets covers all along M4 corridor, London, Home Counties, Herts, Cambridgeshire, South Wales and nearby. Home visits, phone and email consults from £40, advice packs from £3.99 and online free advice pages and videos. Other areas by arrangement.
An advocate of responsible pet ownership and breeding, she set up www.ethicalbreeding.com and is talking at many shows in 2012 about pet and child safety issues. She leads the advisory panel for Pet Education Trust and is a member of the National Association of Security Dog Users
Her first book, “Better Dog Behaviour” published March 2011 by Constable Robinson is a funny, helpful and provoking book talking as much about the owners as the dogs. The second book “Better Cat Behaviour” is due out in December 2012.
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Or chat to us all on Facebook group and ask behaviour questions
The Dog News Show is a series of weekly podcasts discussing the dog news of the week. Created by Debbie Connolly and co-hosted by her and Julie Hill of Dogcast Radio, enjoy an irreverent, funny and also serious version of the week’s dog stories.
Debbie is the feature writer for London Dog Forum http://www.londondogforum.co.uk/
Categories on the left will lead you to lots of help and advice, or email us with your question. Whether you have a cat or dog problem, ask for help.
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