The Pet Charity, which promotes the joy and benefits pets have on society, has appointed Peter Neville as a trustee.

A new trustee has joined The pet Charity. Photo credit: Alex Tino Pixabay

Prof Neville, a companion animal behaviour therapist, has more than 20 years’ experience in this sector and was responsible for establishing the first companion animal behaviour referral clinic at a UK veterinary school.
He is also a founding partner of the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology, which offers a range of residential and correspondence courses in companion animal behaviour and behaviour therapy.

Prof Neville will join The Pet Charity’s board of trustees, which is rich with experience in animal welfare, health research and charity governance. His knowledge and experience will be highly beneficial in helping progress the charity’s initiatives of promoting the joy of companion animals, a spokesman said.

The Pet Charity chairman Paul Miley says: “We would like to welcome Prof Neville to the board of trustees for The Pet Charity. He brings to the board a wealth of experience in the companion animal sector, which is sure to prove invaluable to the charity going forward.”

Prof Neville added: “It is a great pleasure to be invited to join The Pet Charity as a trustee. The Pet Charity has brought a new approach to the companion animal sector, and I’m very keen to help spread awareness of the positive benefits pets can bring to society.”

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