The second Raw Feeding Veterinary Society (RFVS) international conference will take place in London on 21 November.

The conference will look at raw feeding in detail. Photo: Freeimages.com/Vaughan Willis.
The conference will look at raw feeding in detail. Photo: Freeimages.com/Vaughan Willis.

Speakers will include Chris Furley, a specialist in zoo and wildlife medicine, who will talk about how to feed a carnivore.

Lyn Thomson, founder and director of Raw Essentials, a chain of raw food shops in New Zealand, will talk about raw feeding across the world as well as raw food therapeutics.

University of Helsinki’s Anna Hielm-Björkman will give a presentation on current and future research in the field, while Isla Fishburn of Kachina Canine Communication will give a talk entitled: How Wolves Feed in the Wild Part II.

Author and journalist Jonathan Self, co-founder of Honey’s Real Dog Food, will present Reflections on the Raw Food Industry in 2015.

An event spokesman said: “We hope you will, whether you are an advocate or an anti-raw feeding proponent, come along to digest some of the ideas brought up during the day.”

  • The conference will take place at The Kensington Close Hotel, Wrights Lane, London W8 5SP.
  • Tickets cost £100 and are available from Morag Moseley via email on moragjmoseley@gmail.com
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