About The Pet Perspective
My name is Paisley Drescher and I founded The Pet Perspective whilst working towards a degree in Analysis and Application of Canine Behaviour. I am an IMDTB (Institute of Modern Dog Trainers - Behaviourist) certified behaviourist and supporting member of the IAABC (International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants). As an Assessed and Qualified Member of The Institute of Modern Dog Trainers I am proud to display the UK Dog Behaviour & Training Charter symbol. I also hold an Animal First Aid certificate and diplomas in veterinary support assistance, grooming and feline behaviour.
I share my home with my young daughter, a recently rescues Working Cocker Spaniel, Fergus, and a hand reared rescue cat, Flick. I have a particular love of sighthounds, working, and primitive breeds, and have previously owned Caucasian Shepherds, Sharpeis, Salukis, and Collies. I have a keen interest in domestic animal enrichment, the relationship between pets and children, and rescue animal behavioural rehabilitation. I have worked with animals in a professional capacity for a decade, with the majority of that time spent rehabilitating animals for the largest animal welfare charity in the UK. More recently I have undertaken freelance work with Assistance Dog organisations, overseas and local rescues, schools, and veterinary practices.
I maintain rigorous continued professional development by attending seminars and workshops to ensure I am up to date with current methods and research.
I work with owners and their pets to improve a variety of issues ranging from basic obedience to more serious behaviour problems, and specialise in rescue animal rehabilitation. Having owned a rescue dog with serious behaviour issues myself, I know just how hard it can be to live with a dog you love, but struggle to help. I am committed to providing an expert service to pet owners to enable them to enjoy a life with their happy, confident pets.