Tom Mitchell

10694190_10152743689957370_3137260889681705256_oTom Mitchell is one of the leading veterinary behaviourists, consulting internationally through his behaviour consultancy service, and online teaching as absoluteDOGS. Tom graduated from the University of Bristol with first class honours in Animal Behaviour and Welfare and top in his year. He develops the science of dog behaviour by conducting numerous published research projects on the subjects of canine behaviour and neurology and working alongside other international experts in these fields. 

Tom works with all kinds of behaviour problems, ranging from those specific to competition sports dogs to problems relating to companion dogs to those more severe problems referred from other behaviourists.

Tom has been training dogs for many years with a knowledge spanning many canine disciplines, including agility and obedience. Having no time to compete himself, he trains his dogs at the highest level and works with competitors in various sports coaching them to improve learning and performance in their dogs.

With the aim of reaching more people and dogs, Tom divides his time between his veterinary work, international behaviour consultancy and teaching, and developing online resources through his company absoluteDOGS. 

 

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