Dr Diana RaymentShelter Supervisor at Second Chance Animal Rescue
Dr Diana Rayment holds a PhD in Canine Behaviour and a Bachelor of Animal Science. Her primary research area is canine behaviour and assessments in applied settings, like animal shelters. She has also worked in a variety of academic and industry settings, including as a TAFE and university educator, as an applied scientist studying companion animal welfare, canine behaviour and personality, and working dog assessments, in the welfare and animal training sectors, most recently, leading the behaviour team at the Greyhound Adoption Program Victoria.
Diana is a Board Member of the Australian Institute of Animal Management and an avid supporter of Getting 2 Zero. She now works to integrate and improve animal welfare and animal management practices in Australia through multiple roles, including consulting and training through her private business, and as a Shelter Supervisor at Second Chance Animal Rescue. Diana’s blog, The Teachings of Sisco Miyagi.
Diana lives on a bush block in the beautiful Macedon Ranges in Victoria, and is a proud guardian to three dogs, Bolt, Reggie, and Shinto, and Sophie, a 24-year-old Standardbred.