Miri Prior

MA MSc VetMB MRCVS CCAB, Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist, ABTC registered Veterinary Behaviourist

Veterinary Behaviourist and Co-Founder of Pet Behaviour Company

Miri is a veterinary behaviourist and co-founder of the Pet Behaviour Company. She also continues to work as a vet in general practice at the Veterinary Hospital in Lincoln.
Miri qualified as a vet from Cambridge University in 2014 and started her career at a referral and first opinion hospital practice in West Yorkshire. She soon realized how important animal behaviour was to veterinary practice and moved to Lincoln to pursue this further. She was awarded an MSc with distinction in Clinical Animal Behaviour from the University of Lincoln in 2019 and obtained her CCAB qualification for dogs in 2020. She is a Clinical Animal Behaviourist and Veterinary Behaviourist registered with the ABTC. Miri launched Pet Behaviour Company with her colleague Lynn Hewison to provide tailored behaviour support to clients on veterinary referral.
At home she has a wonderful 16 month old baby boy, the latest addition to her madhouse family which also includes two very handsome dogs, Pecan the whippet and Wyn the terrier-of-unknown-origin.

Miri Prior lectures on the following courses

Canine Behaviour: Dealing with Post-COVID Problems

Miri Prior
This learning series with Miri Prior will provide confidence in your approach to many canine behaviour problems presenting in general practice. Canine behaviour concerns have sky-rocketed in recent years and clients will commonly approach their vet as the first port of call when something goes...
On-Demand
4.5Hours

Noise Phobias in Dogs: Supporting Pets and their Owners

Miri Prior
25th September 2024
The Pickle Factory, London
This one-day course with behaviourist Miri Prior covers the vast problem of noise phobia in dogs, and how to provide tailored support to help our clients and their pets.
Vet Theory
7 Hours
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