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Claire Lee Behaviour and Training

About Me

Claire Lee BSc (Hons), FdSc, RVN



I have developed a wealth of experience and knowledge in working with animals and their caregivers over the past 18 years of my career. I started my career as a Veterinary Nurse over 15 years ago, and quickly found my interest and passion for the emotional wellbeing and behaviour of animals.

Alongside nursing I have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to shadow, and be mentored by many of the leading trainers and behaviourists in the Bristol area, and in 2018 I was asked to join a Clinical Animal Behaviorist on a part time basis seeing behaviour rehab and training cases. 

In 2022 I left both of these wonderful roles, to work with an assistance dog charity as a Training and Behaviour Advisor.

I use reward based training to teach animals desirable behaviours, with a kind and ethical approach to resolve behaviour and training issues. I am passionate about helping animals that are fearful of the vets and groomers, by teaching pets and their caregivers how to co-operate in their daily handling and veterinary care such as grooming, ear and eye drops, nail clips, vaccinations and blood samples. 

In 2015, Benji a 7 year old Yorkshire Terrier came into my life after he was signed over to a veterinary practice to be euthanised due to his aggressive behaviour. I brought him home where he lived alongside my 3 cats Kizzy, Forrest Gump and Mango. After his rehabilitation he went on to join me in rehabilitating other dogs as a helper dog, and enjoyed many holidays in the camper van around the UK until he passed away in 2023 at the age of 15. Missing a scruffy a little terrier in my life, later in 2023 I welcomed Howie, a 1 year old terrier mix from Dogs Trust into my home, to start his rehabilitation and our learning journey together. 

Qualifications and Continued Education

BSc (Hons) in Applied Animal Behaviour 

FdSc in Applied Canine Behaviour and Training

Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN) with The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons

Karen Pryor Puppy Start right instructor

Fear Free Certified Veterinary Professional 

Training and Behaviour Advisor for an assistance dog charity 

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Proactively prevent unwanted behaviours

Resolve behaviour and training problems in a kind and positive way

Empowering you and your dog to make your vet visits less stressful  

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121 Training

Co- operative Care Training

Co-operative care with Benji
Fear Free vaccination for Wiz
Fear Free Nail Care

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Covering Bristol and South Gloucestershire


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