Emily is a lecturer in canine behaviour and welfare at University of Bristol. She is a certificated clinical animal behaviourist with over 15 years experience. Emily is passionate about improving the welfare of pet dogs and has dedicated her career to improving our understanding of their behaviour.
Emily combines clinical work with research into the prevention and treatment of problematic behaviours and has published papers on a wide range of subjects, including the development of separation-related behaviours and noise fears in dogs, and the most effective and humane training methods for dogs.
Emily works with Dogs Trust and other rehoming organisations to ensure that the outcomes of her research inform policy and impact directly upon the welfare of dogs. She teaches vet students, behaviour and welfare undergraduates and vet nursing students and runs a part time course for people interested in the rehabilitation of rescue dogs.