Lucie Přibylová Msc.

Publikace:

Perceptions on Health Benefits of Guide Dog Ownership in an Austrian Population of Blind People with and without a Guide Dog,

Abstract: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/9/7/428

Why do dogs look back at the human in an impossible task? Looking back behaviour may be over-interpreted

Poster:https://www.vetmeduni.ac.at/fileadmin/v/klivv/Fotos_fuer_Newsberichte/ML_ECBB2018.pdf

 

Education: 

Master degree: Animal-Human Interaction, Veterinary University of Vienna

Bachelor degree: The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Kynology

Additional study programs

Coach for dog training

– 2 years Study Program in Aachen in Dogschool Canis Familiaris Aachen under the leadership of Doc. Erik Kersting.

Trainer of seizure alert dogs

– 6 months Study Program in Aachen in Dogschool Canis Familiaris Aachen under the leadership of Doc.Erik Kersting.

During my University studies, I participated in a few different training practices, e.g., police dog handler station and military dog training for 8 weeks. I also participated in a three week practicum for guide dog station Jinonice, visited canisterapeutic settings in Poděbrady, and collected more than 150 practice hours at the dog school Canis Familiaris Aachen.