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Summerhill Veterinary Centre

Summerhill Veterinary Centre
14 Queens Rd
NR21 8DB

Telephone: 01328855814
Mobile: 07979536688 (out of opening hours)

100% small animal (dogs, cats, rabbits, small pets) practice.
Single site.
Privately owned.
Car parking to side and rear.
Strong links to local community and veterinary specialists.
Professional, friendly, approachable team with wide range of skills and knowledge and extensive equipment to enable us to fulfil all of your pet’s needs.
Complimentary nurses clinics
Ancillary services offered: e.g. behaviour advice, acupuncture, physiotherapy and massage for your pets.
Puppy parties and socialisation classes.

‘We treat your pets as if they’re our own’

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David Bryce – Dog Behaviourist & Trainer

Tel: 07788 857 092

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Whether you and your dog are struggling with major issues such as dog to human, or dog to dog aggression, separation anxiety or perhaps a more training related issue such as jumping up, excessive barking or pulling on the lead, I am fully qualified and experienced to help and advise you through this.

Improving the quality of life for you, your family and your dog is probably one of your main desired outcomes of any behavior modification or training plan. I can help you achieve this.

I am a fully qualified CAPBT Companion Animal Practitioner (Level 4 and 5 Diplomas in both Principles and Practical Aspects of Companion Animal Behaviour and Training). I am also a full member of The Institute of Modern Dog Trainers (IMDT) and continue to maintain a rigorous programme of continued professional development for myself to ensure that I am up to date with all relevent methods and latest research.

I work with owners and their dogs on issues ranging from basic obedience to severe aggression, but specialise particularly in behaviour problems and human-dog relationships.

I have also worked with various rescue organisations such as Wood Green Animal Shelters, PACT and the RSPCA. I also train animal professionals such as vets, vet nurses and rescue organisations in canine behavioural topics, contributing to their continual professional development (CPD). I was also formally a consultant to the Centre for Applied Pet Ethology (COAPE) for five years, and am now a tutor for IMDT, presenting seminars and writing correspondence courses nationally on dog behaviour.

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