Daniel Mills is a leading academic authority on companion animal behaviour and its management. He was the UK’s first specialist in veterinary behavioural medicine to be recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and received his Fellowship from the RCVS in recognition of his contributions to the field. He has published more than 100 full scientific research papers and more than 50 books and chapters for academics, professionals and the wider public. His work focuses primarily on the processes underlying individual differences in animals and effects of the human-animal bond. Recent work on cats include a particular interest on house-soiling issues, and relationships with others in the home especially other species.
School of Life Sciences University of Lincoln