CCAB Accreditation

ASAB recognises that there is a need for professional advice about the behavioural problems of animals. The ASAB Accreditation Committee runs a certification scheme so that pet-owners, veterinary surgeons, and others who work with animals are able to seek advice from properly qualified Certified Clinical Animal Behaviourists (CCABs). 

The committee consists of ASAB members, and representatives of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, the British Psychological Society, and the International Society for Applied Ethology.

The CCAB dog and cat logo. CCABs may display this logo to signal their accreditation. 

The CCAB dog and cat logo. CCABs may display this logo to signal their accreditation.