Dr Isabelle Resch BVSc(Hons), MVS, MANZVCS (Small Animal Medicine, Vet Behaviour) graduated from the University of Sydney in 1991 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, and a Master of Veterinary Studies from Murdoch University, WA in 2001. She has worked in Canberra and Sydney since graduation, owning a large multi vet practice for almost 20 years.

Isabelle’s interest in behavioural medicine started when she owned a “special needs” dog, and she has been actively involved in further veterinary behaviour knowledge and experience for many years. She completed additional post graduate studies in 2015 and gained Membership of the in Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Vet Behaviour in 2016 and has been an Examiner for the College since 2017. She has been a tutor for the CVE Distance Education Veterinary behaviour course for the last 3 years. She has been a member of AVBIG, the AVA  veterinary behaviour group since 2016, and is the current president. She is a certified Fear Free, Stress Free  and Low Stress Handling veterinary practitioner.

Isabelle is passionate about helping our pets and owners physical and mental health, to create a stress-free home for the whole family. CABS will work with you, providing individual plans using scientifically proven solutions to help your pet, with ongoing support. She has a network of trainers she works with and can also prescribe medications if indicated.

“Membership of the College is an official recognition of a veterinarian’s knowledge and experience in a designated field of veterinary science. Membership is an indication to the profession and the general public of an advanced practitioner, representing a middle-tier of knowledge, competence and experience in a specific area of veterinary practice. Membership is not a specialist qualification. Membership requires examination with members signified by post-nominals MANZCVS.”

From the website of the New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists