University of Lincoln - Animal Behaviour Clinic
The Animal Behaviour Clinic at the University of Lincoln city centre campus is a referral only clinic for pets and animals of all species with behaviour and training problems. We can help you with all types of behaviours you may be experiencing with your pet including aggression, fears, toileting problems and many more.
More than 40% of pets are believed to have some form of behavioural problem and in some cases this can be easily rectified with the correct management and advice. Whilst some problems may be due to a lack or problem with training, more than 10% involve ongoing medical conditions. Close veterinary involvement is therefore essential.
The clinic is directed by Prof Daniel Mills BVSc PhD CBiol FSB FHEA CCAB Dip ECAWBM(BM) FRCVS European & RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine and leading international authority on animal behaviour problems alongside Helen Zulch BVSc (Hons) DipECAWBM(BM) CCAB FHEA MRCVS.
To support you and your pet, the clinic is run by a small team of qualified specialists in behaviour. The team, including Daniel Mills, Helen Zulch, Lynn Hewison MSc AFHEA, Kevin McPeake BVMS PGDip (CABC) MRCVS and Dr med. vet. Nadja Affenzeller MSc MRCVS, are dedicated to helping you and your pet so you will always be getting the best and most up to date advice, no matter who you speak to. If you have any questions about how we can help you and your pet, please do not hesitate to contact us.