CEVA Animal Health is sponsoring a series of one day behaviour seminars from the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC), which will update veterinary professionals on a range of companion animal behaviour issues and contribute to six hours CPD per event.

CEVA Animal Health is sponsoring a series of one day behaviour seminars from the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC), which will update veterinary professionals on a range of companion animal behaviour issues and contribute to six hours CPD per event.

Presented by top behaviourists including Anne McBride, Francesca Riccomini, David Ryan and Vicky Halls, the topics covered in the seminars include:

  • The law, your client and your practice
    April 23, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. Presented by Anne McBride
  • Behavioural awareness – an essential aspect of a twentieth century practice
    June 18, Black Horse House, University of Reading. Presented by Caroline Bower and Francesca Riccomini.
  • How the evolution and ethology of the dog has shaped its behaviour in domesticity
    July 2, Mere Golf and Country Club, nr Manchester. Presented by David Ryan.
  • Carefree kittens and curmudgeonly codgers – important behavioural issues from both ends of the feline lifespan
    September 17, Black Horse House, University of Reading. Presented by Francesca Riccomini and Vicky Halls.
  • Hormones and pheromones
    October 22, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. Presented by Caroline Warnes and Claire Hargrave.
  • Management of behaviour in the veterinary practice and at home
    November 26, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. Presented by Carri Westgarth and Trudi Atkinson.

 

Places on the seminars cost from £70.  For further information, please contact the APBC on 01386 751151 or visit www.apbc.org.uk

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