Kate Reevell

Alongside 15 years experience in dog training and behaviour, Kate holds a range of academic and practical qualifications. These include an Honours Degree in Human Psychology and a Masters Degree in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling. She is also a Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourist, a Kennel Club Accredited Instructor in both Behaviour and Companion Dog Training at the advanced level. Kate is also a visiting lecturer on the Animal Behaviour and Welfare courses at Harper Adams and Liverpool John Moores Universities and provides talks and seminars on canine behaviour and training across the UK. Kate is partner at the Canine Behaviour, Rehabilitation and Training School (K9BRATS) with fellow APBC member Karen Ingram and juggles her behaviour work with running various training classes alongside a busy homelife (with help from her husband) with a toddler and her own dog Vica (the Slovakian Rough Haired Pointer).

Kate is membership representative and treasurer for the APBC promoting progress to full membership of the APBC and providing help and support for APBC members at all levels.