[Episode 17] Dr Lucy Scott - Veterinary Behaviour Services NZ

Lucy Scott Bio

Lucy graduated from Massey University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. She spent six years practising as a mixed-animal veterinarian, working with everything from sheep and cattle to cats and dogs.

Not long after graduating, she went to a clinic on positive reinforcement in horses and started incorporating R+ with her horses and animals. This spread to consuming every piece of information she could read on animal behaviour and training!

In June this year, she gained membership to the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Behaviour.

Veterinary Behaviour Services NZ was born in September 2020, and Lucy is now working two days a week as a vet while building up the business in Waikato, NZ.

She isn’t sure what hat she wears some days, behaviour consultant, vet, or trainer, which suits her well!

Comments on [Episode 17] Dr. Lucy Scott – Veterinary Behaviour Services NZ

  1. Shelley Millard says:

    I wish we could have Lucy Scott here in Hawaii. Maybe she could have helped me with my pup.
    He bit a neighbor and was put down. I searched for trainers to help before this happened and because i live in a rural area of the big island Hawaii. none of the behaviorists here would not help. too far away. I would have driven to the moon for him. being a new trainer who used this dog for my externship; i have lost all of my confidence.

    1. Ryan Cartlidge says:

      Hey Shelly!

      We are glad you enjoyed this episode! And we are also, of course, so sorry to hear about what happened! We can totally appreciate how this would be overwhelming!

      We know in our membership many of our members end up in similar situations! So we totally get it and feel really fortunate this since 2016, we have helped thousands of trainers get through overwhelming situations just like this one!

      Therefore we are so grateful you are already in the membership with us Shelley and look forward to helping you get that confidence back and having your biggest possible positive impact on the animals you work with 🙏

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