Trepheena Hunter

BAgSc (hons) MAgSc BVSc (hons)

After completing a research degree in animal production, Trepheena made the change to animal health and became a veterinarian. She worked in general practice for 8 years before moving into behaviour practice in 2012.

Since then, she has worked in private behaviour practice and shelter behaviour. Trepheena has managed the behaviour department in a large open-intake shelter, as the Animal Behaviour Manager and then acting General Manager of Animal Welfare. Trepheena consults to shelters and rescue groups, lectures at conferences around Australia, and teaches veterinary students.

Trepheena is currently completing her specialist training through American College of Veterinary Behavior.


Angry kitties: tips for recognising and treating feline aggression

Speaker: Trepheena Hunter

Difficult dogs, cranky cats…the phone is ringing, and I have a million things to do! Tips for balancing the emotional and behavioural needs of patients in a busy workplace

Speaker: Trepheena Hunter

Is my patient sick, anxious, or a bit of both? The relationship between disease and anxiety in ECC

Speaker: Trepheena Hunter