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Inga MacKellar MSc


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Inga is one of only a few pet behaviourists in the UK accredited as a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist. She is a Full Member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors(APBC), an organisation recommended by the RSPCA.

Inga practised  throughout the South East of England but  moved to mid Wales in May 2013. She offers professional advice on both cats and dogs and has been helping owners with problem pets since 1998. She believes in treating animals with understanding, kindness and respect and only uses reward based and non confrontational techniques.


Inga has frequently appeared on local, national and regional radio (BBC Radio 4, BBC Southern Counties) as well as on TV. She is co-author of ‘The APBC Book of Companion Animal Behaviour’, having contributed a chapter on ‘The Importance of Positive Reinforcement’.

Inga was the Press and PR Officer on the APBC Committee for eight years. She is often asked to give advice on behaviour or comment on pet related news items to the media, e.g. The Times. Inga was the behaviour expert for Cat World magazine for many years. She is also a behaviourist for the Pet Plan Insurance magazine ‘Pet People’ and has been a regular contributor to ‘Pets International’ a pet trade magazine.

Inga has also given talks and presentations to veterinary staff, dog trainers and behaviourists on a variety of subjects such as: What is a Behaviour Counsellor?, Cat Aggression and Enrichment for Dogs.




  Inga is no longer available to see behaviour cases in the

South East as she has moved to rural Wales.


Referring veterinary surgeons and owners in the South East requiring help for their pets are advised to contact:


Kristina Glover BA (Hons) MSc (CACB), CCAB

Tel/Fax: 0118 9836470 Mobile: 07843 559441 


Alternatively, please contact the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors


Please note: Inga is unable to accept any new clients at the moment 

Inga also has an interest in the possible effects of diet on behaviour and is a supporter of the Campaign for Real Pet Food, which was started by TV vet Joe Inglis and a number of pet food manufacturers, and aims to educate owners about pet food.