Carol Price has owned, trained and bred Border collies for decades and is a world recognised expert on the breed. She is also a leading canine behaviourist and writer in the UK and, over the years, has been a regular contributor/advisor on dog psychology, behaviour and training for publications ranging from Dogs Today and Your Dog magazines to The Times.
Before working more exclusively with dogs, and other areas of animal behaviour, Carol was a staff feature writer and commissioning editor on The Sunday Times, and has since written for a host of national newspapers and magazines.
Her passion for, and special interest in, both Border collies and rescue dogs began many years ago, when seeking to more successfully rehabilitate troubled dogs from all breeds and backgrounds and better understand, in particular, the uniquely brilliant - but often also complex and challenging - mind of the Border collie.
She since gone on to write the highly successful books, Understanding the Rescue Dog and Understanding the Border Collie, as well as her latest, much-acclaimed, international breed best-seller, Collie Psychology: Inside the Border collie mind; a book that aims to answer all the questions any owner may have about Border collies, from earliest puppyhood to old age.
Currently she is also the behaviour consultant/correspondent for The Border Collie Society of America (Borderlines magazine) and owns four Border collies herself.
Carol has been a long term supporter and promoter of The Border Collie Trust GB, and more latterly has begun a newer departure into designing Limited Edition dog art cards and prints, celebrating the beauty, character and spirit of all dogs - and Border collies in particular.