“Megan is a self-confessed animal welfare obsessive. Throughout her life, she has always sought to promote best practices between pets and their owners. She has been able to champion this in her professional life and continues to research and advocate for the best animal treatment.
Megan has a BSc (Hons) in Animal Management. Since graduating in 2014, Megan quickly established herself as an effective supporter of dog and dog owners, using her extensive knowledge to adapt to every breed and behaviour that was displayed. She is an excellent communicator, which is paramount to her work as a behaviourist.
Megan is one of the professional Behaviour Team at Best Behaviour School for Dogs team in Kent and is a full member of the Canine and Feline Behavioural Association. She offers 1:1 behaviour counselling consultations, puppy classes, junior classes, puppy clubs and outdoor training workshops. In addition to this, Megan is part of Best Behaviour’s exercise service and enjoys taking groups of dogs to a secure field to socialise and play.
She really enjoys working with families to help them enjoy life with their dog; by offering them training plans to manage the behavioural problems they are experiencing. She believes there is really nothing better than seeing a dog respond to the training and watching the owners sigh with relief as it does so.
Megan prioritises her professional development and has a thirst for knowledge within the field. She has completed advanced courses with the Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour and Training.
Megan is acutely aware of the benefit of animals for emotional well-being and has worked as an independent consultant for many local schools that are looking to recruit therapy dogs as part of their SEMH program. Her expertise has helped train professionals and students alike in the best practice for integrating a support animal, in line with national guidelines and requirements.”