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Welcome to

THE TRAINING ZONE

INFORMATION ON

ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR TRAINING COURSES

 

COAPE - CENTRE OF APPLIED PET ETHOLOGY 

ONLINE PET BEHAVIOUR COURSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE 

 

Peter Neville - COAPE Director

Adjunct Full Professor, Dept of Animal Sciences, The Ohio State University, USA. (2009 – present) Clinical Professor, Dept of Veterinary Medicine, University of Miyazaki, Japan. (2009-11). Peter Neville is a founding Partner of COAPE and is a lecturer and speaker in high demand at veterinary, behaviour and training meetings around the world.

COAPE - CENTRE OF APPLIED PET ETHOLOGY 

ONLINE PET BEHAVIOUR COURSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE 

COAPE Pet Behaviour distance learning courses - endorsed by Animal Behaviour Australia. 

If you want to learn more more about what makes a dog or cat 'tick' then these courses are for you... They are taught by experienced, professional Animal Behaviourists. Appropriate for Vets, Vet Nurses and the keen pet owner. These give you a taste of the exciting topic of Animal Behaviour. Inspire your inner Behaviourist...

Centre of Applied Pet Ethology (COAPE) is the largest training body for Pet Animal Behaviour in the UK. Animal Behaviour Australia will only endorse the best educational establishments. Diploma and degree level courses are not available in Australia yet due to the required practical assessment components but stay tuned...

CA0: Dog Wise - Becoming a Better Dog Trainer by Engaging the Mind of the Dog 

Dr. Robert Falconer-Taylor BVetMed DipCABT MRCVS

Robert is veterinary director and head of education at COAPE. He teaches and consults around the world along with writing for the veterinary and other professional press. He is also author of the informative COAPE Blog, published on their website, which has been taken up and endorsed by many training and behaviour organisations all over the world

CA1: Think Companion Animal -

an Introduction to Canine and Feline Behaviour

CA2: Think Cat - Homing in on the Highly Speacialised Yet Enigmatic Nature of the Pet Cat

CA3: The Feline Mind - Exploring the Psychology of the Behaviour of the Cat

CA4: The Canine Mind - Exploring the Psychology of the Behaviour of the Dog

CONTACT

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Get in touch and send us a message using the form below if you have any unanswered questions. 

If you need any further clarification or information please give us a call. We work with COAPE and can field any questions that you may have.

0455 264 625 (0455 ANIMAL)