Author - Founder of Applied Zoopharmacognosy - International Speaker - Lecturer
Caroline is a leading expert in the field animal self-medication and founder of Applied Zoopharmacognosy. She is an author, researcher and teacher, with 38 years of experience in the field of self-medication and aromatic medicine, which plays an important role in animal welfare. Her work encompasses an understanding of ethology, pharmacokinetics and pharmacology combined with animal self-medication.
Her work has featured in many journals and magazines and Caroline has written numerous books on animal self-medication, and has appeared on the BBC, ITV, BBC Radio 4, National Geographic TV and at the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts.
She is in demand globally as a consultant and teacher, speaking regularly at international symposiums. She lectures to vets, vet nurses, and animal professionals as well university students all over the world. Caroline also helps to empower those with companion animals to form new lines of communication using self-medicative techniques, to help animals in their care.
Recent Public Engagements
2015: Natural Dog Conference
2015: University of Bristol: Veterinary and Zoological Society
2016: British Essential Oil Association
2016: Your Horse Magazine
2016: University of Sussex: Botanica
2019: RCVS Zoological Society of London