Prof. Daniel S. Mills

Daniel is a veterinary surgeon and currently the Head of Biological Sciences at the University of Lincoln. His PhD investigated "Repetitive movement problems in the horse and the development of welfare orientated treatment strategies", but he has an interest in the welfare and management of all species of companion animal. In 2004 he became the first individual to be recognised by the RCVS as a specialist in veterinary behavioural medicine and was promoted to a Chair in the same subject at the University of Lincoln. The following year he became a de facto Diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Behavioural Medicine - Companion Animals and more recently he became the first individual to be recognised as a certificated animal behaviourist for the management of equine behaviour problems, by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour - he is also recognised by the Association for the management of canine and feline behaviour problems. He lectures internationally on the subject of companion animal behaviour problems, has produced more than 100 scientific papers in peer reviewed publications and several books, including the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Behavioural Medicine, Equine behaviour, and the Domestic horse.

Further details are available on his web page.