Julia Langlands

Julia Langlands

Canine Behaviourist

Associate Member
Julia has been working with dogs for over 20 years, she is senior behaviour tutor for the British College of Canine Studies, a raw food advisor, microchipper, welfare consultant and working behaviourist.

Julia runs a behaviour practice that offers one to one tailored assessment and support to owners, whilst providing training and practical experience in behaviour work to existing and aspiring canine professionals.

Alongside her behaviour consultation work and tutoring role for BCCS, Julia liaises with local/national charities and vets to operate a rescue behaviour advice hub and small behaviour rehabilitation unit for welfare dogs with complex needs.

Julia’s specialist interests include holistic practice and the impact of diet on hormones, health and behaviour, and she shares her work and her home with many canine assistants including Siberian Huskies, a Malamute, a Rottweiler, a Yorkshire Terrier and a Poodle mix.