Lynn completed her MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour, with her thesis focussing on whether a test for impulsivity could be developed for use within rescue centres. She has a strong interest in clinical animal behaviour in both research and its application, especially in the area of welfare assessment. She is the Behaviour Clinic Technician at the referral only Animal Behaviour Clinic within the School of Life Sciences at the University of Lincoln, U.K.
Main responsibilities are the day to day running and consulting at the referral only animal behaviour clinic. In addition to this, she teaches on both the Life Skills and Puppy School puppy classes at the University as well as occasionally delivering lectures on undergraduate programmes.