Services for

Veterinary Professionals
Behaviour ReferralsAdditional services
Referrals

Why refer to me?

I specialise in aggression and reactivity

Through referral I can support your clients with problems including aggression or reactivity to other dogs, people and family members. I also support behaviour problems that surface during the adolescent phase. All packages are flexible and can be made bespoke and more than one issue can be addressed in the same package.

 

I am qualified and accredited

There is no formal regulation in the animal training and behaviour field and so it can be difficult to know who you should refer your clients to. There is guidance for vets from the Veterinary Times on how to refer responsibly to suitable professionals.

 

I work in partnership with you

In line with good practice, I always consult with the client’s Veterinary Surgeon and request a clinical history before the initial consultation for behaviour cases. Following the initial consultation I provide referring vets a summary report and a further summary when I conclude the package with the client.

 

Your clients may be able to claim on their insurance

I am a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and a registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC). My work is therefore often covered by pet insurance policies. Clients should seek clarification from their insurer on what is covered and the limits as policies vary.

How to Refer

If you are a Veterinary Surgery wishing to refer a case to Tails We Win, please email us (contact@tailswewin.dog) with the following:

  • A completed behaviour referral form
  • Full clinical history for the dog
  • The client’s contact details
For the veterinary practice

Additional Services

  • In-house behavioural CPD
  • Open day talks for clients
  • Branded client fact sheets and rack cards

If you would like to discuss a case or requesting further details on services, please get in touch via contact@tailswewin.dog