Congress delegates with an interest in feline and canine behaviour have just days to register for a pre-BSAVA satellite meeting hosted by the Companion Animal Behaviour Therapy Study Group (CABTSG).

Congress delegates with an interest in feline and canine behaviour have just days to register for a pre-BSAVA satellite meeting hosted by the Companion Animal Behaviour Therapy Study Group (CABTSG).

The study day will focus on integrating cats and dogs into the many diverse family structures seen in the UK.The study day, entitled “Keeping it in the family – an insight into behavioural genetics and integration of companion animals into family life”, will focus on integrating cats and dogs into the many diverse family structures seen in the UK, as well as looking at welfare concerns related to pedigree dog breeding.

The afternoon session will also include an open discussion session on integrating pets into family life, followed by an open scientific abstract session on various aspects of companion animal behaviour.

Lecturers include:

VN and CABTSG liaison officer Wendy Cummins urged vet and VN delegates to attend the seminar, saying: “It will be a very interesting day, excellent value for money and a great way to start congress.”

Registration costs £85 for CABTSG members, £115 for non-members and £65 for vet and VN students that are not members and the seminar will take place on Wednesday (March 30) in Hall 6 of The ICC in Birmingham.

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