Tutor Profile

Diane Kunas

Diane tutors the following courses:

CIDBT 4110 Understanding Canine Care and Behaviour

CIDBT 4110 is a four phase course, it is solely Home Study and no workshop attendance is required.

This course gives an insight into dog psychology, dog training, canine behaviour observation skills, understanding human/canine relationship and why dogs do what they do!

£425 - 4 Phase Course without Workshop

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CIDBT 4111 Pet Bereavement Counselling Skills

The course is designed for professionals supporting owners and carers of pets who have experienced a pet or animal bereavement within occupations including veterinary, instructional, policing, and voluntary or welfare, and general counselling practice sectors.

£385 - 3 Phase Course without Workshop

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CIDBT 5107 Advanced Pet Bereavement Counselling Skills

This course is designed for qualified professionals who intend to support owners and carers of pets who have experienced a pet or animal bereavement within contexts including veterinary, instructional and voluntary or welfare and counselling practice.

£585 - 3 Phase Course without Workshop

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CIDBT 5011 Dog Breed Specific Behaviour: A Psychological Insight

This course delves deeply into the psychology of breed specific behaviours and drives - a must for all dog enthusiasts and professionals alike.

£395 - 3 Phase Course without Workshop

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Diane Kunas MA, MCFBA holds a Master’s Degree in the Psychology of Dog Breed Behaviour. In addition to being a tutor with the CIDBT and PETbc, Diane works full time as a Canine Practitioner both within her own business, Continental Canine Behaviour, Ltd., and as a contractor for other professional, Seattle-based pet care organisations.

 

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Her services include private behaviour management consultation; one-to-one obedience training, and group classes – puppy, basic and advanced learning. Diane is a full member of the Canine & Feline Behaviour Association of Great Britain.

She works with all breeds, but it especially fond of the Working Group, specifically guarding and bull breeds, and currently owns a Dogue de Bordeaux, Jolene.

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