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Our canine behaviourists are all qualified and accredited by the ABTC at the relevant level, as well as having the experience and practical skills needed to help clients and their dogs.

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TCBTS 2023 Conference Recording

**Recording available to purchase until end November 2024 see events page**

Play your way to resilience in dogs, the application and the science
with speaker KATHY MURPHY


The neurobiology of resilience (the ability to cope with and adapt to physiological and psycological stress) is a complex and multifaceted topic that involves many different brain regions, neural circuits, and molecular pathways.

The conference focused on the practical application of play as a tool to build resilience at different lifestages and in different situations or family environments. 

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Recording available until Nov '24
Mission Statement Members of TCBTS inspire owners by implementing solutions to dog behaviour and training problems using kind positive methods and recognise that the welfare of the dog is paramount in accordance with the ABTC code of practice.
Why become a member?TCBTS is an ABTC practitioner organisation with a wide network of members.  We believe that a combination of academic study and hands on practical experience is essential for anyone working as a dog trainer or behaviourist. 
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