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Jane Williams

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Areas of Interest

Environment and Agriculture

Honorary Award

Honorary Degree of Writtle University College


Jane Williams is hugely influential in the field of pet behaviour and training.  As a clinical animal behaviourist and dog trainer she helps clients and their pets through the complexities and tribulations of problematic behaviours.

 Jane has been the chair of both the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and the Animal Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC) and continues to be very actively involved with both organisations.  In these roles, she worked to make these organisations more supportive and inclusive, through her work in developing anti-bullying policies and overhauling the assessment of professionals to broaden accessibility whilst maintaining high industry standards. 

She was instrumental in the development of the Pet Behaviour and Welfare courses and the Pet Behaviour Academy at WUC through her industry knowledge and supportive guidance.