Jo Wriglesworth clinical animal behaviourist_female

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Jo began her career with a degree in psychology followed by an MSc in
Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare from the University of Edinburgh in
2005. She trained as a Puppy School tutor and taught puppy classes for
twelve years and was the North West area manager. Since 2006 she has
been helping owners of dogs and cats in her own behaviour practice. In
2018 she moved to Dogs Trust and worked in Post Adoption support
where she provided behaviour advice to over four thousand rescue dog
owners.

Jo joined Firstvet in 2022 and enjoys helping all kinds of behaviour cases.
She specialises in puppy problems, has lots of experience working with
aggression, and particularly enjoys talking to owners about their cats!
She lives with her daughter, two cats and two very cheeky house rabbits!

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