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Rachel Bean RVN MCFBA

Rachel is a Qualified Veterinary Nurse and has worked in Veterinary Practice for 17 years . With the support of the Practice Veterinarians in the Greater Manchester and Lancashire area Rachel has for many years consulted with owners who encounter problem behaviour with their pets. Rachel works with clients in their home on a One to One basis and helps them achieve a better understanding of their dogs behaviour.


Before qualifying as a Veterinary Nurse, Rachel was an Assistant Kennel Manager for the Dogstrust (formerly NCDL) and has a good deal of experience in the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of dogs.


Rachel visits owners of newly acquired puppies to educate owners on the importance of early correct socialisation, habituation and training to prevent behaviour problems in the future. Rachel won Pet Health Counsellor of the Year in 2004 and has a certificate in Companion Animal Behaviour issued by The British Veterinary Nurse Association. Rachel is a listed and Registered Veterinary Nurse with The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.


Rachel also works as part of the team at the largest Canine Hydrotherapy pool in the Northwest, K9 Swim, as the referring Behaviourist as well as the resident Veterinary Nurse assisting dogs in rehabilitation following surgeries and injuries.


Rachel is a Master Dog Trainer with the Guild of Dog Trainers, and currently studying with Cambridge Institute of Dog Behaviour & Training for an MA in Canine Behaviour. She is also a Tutor for the Foundation level Degree with the CIDBT


Rachel tutors the following module

CFBA 4109 Introduction to Canine Veterinary Science

CFBA 4112 Veterinary Practice and Customer Care

PBC 414 First Aid for Cats and Dogs


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