BVSc MACVSc (Behaviour) PhD DipEd BEd Studies
Gaille graduated from University of Queensland and then worked in mixed practice for 10 years, as well as breeding, training and showing Border Collies, Old English Sheepdogs and Arabian horses. She returned to university to complete a Diploma of Education then a Bachelor of Educational Studies. Her lifelong interest in animal behaviour led to a membership of the College of Veterinary Scientists in 1993 and a PhD in animal behaviour at UQ with Assoc. Prof. Judith Bradshaw in 1999.
For 26 years Gaille was a principal teacher at Brisbane North Institute of TAFE, retiring from that position in 2011 to pursue her other interests. She continues as Director of Studies for the Delta Instructors Course, consultant at Sydney Animal Behaviour Service and to the RSPCA Queensland. She is currently completing a project for the RSPCA to produce a national dog training course.
Gaille was the inaugural secretary for the Behaviour Chapter of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists and AVBIG, the Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group, and retains membership of both groups. She regularly speaks at local, national and international behaviour conferences.