Helen Zulch is a veterinarian and European Specialist in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine. She is currently a Principal Lecturer in clinical animal behaviour in the School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln and an Honorary Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. Helen has worked in the field of companion animal behaviour for over 15 years and currently lectures on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at the University of Lincoln and is the Programme Leader for the MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour. In addition she consults in the University of Lincoln’s Animal Behaviour Referral Clinic where she has been instrumental in developing the Life Skills for Puppies programme. Her research interests include problem prevention in pets, the relationship between pain and behaviour, olfaction in dogs and the sciences explaining learning and their application in and implications for training animals. Helen has authored a number of books, book chapters and scientific papers.
Helen lives with her husband, ten year old Border Collie and three year old Chocolate Lab.