Cavorting Canines –
physical and mental effects of exercise on the dog
This one day presentation with Veterinary Behaviourist Amber Batson will look at what happens inside the exercising dog both anatomically and physiologically – structure and chemistry.
Does this matter?
What exercise patterns did dogs evolve to undertake?
How has domestication and breed creation affected this?
What exercise types are best for:
Arthritic or senior dogs
Anxious or reactive dogs
Dogs with specific medical disorders including gut abnormalities
This seminar will look at the most up to date scientific exercise concepts from both human and veterinary medical science as well as packing in practical examples of how we could apply that information to best benefit both ourselves and our pets.
Saturday 5th October 2019
10am – 4pm
£70 per ticket, limited spaces available.
To book see below:
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Amber Batson graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1999 and has worked in general practice ever since. She has always had a strong interest in behaviour so has undertaken a number of qualifications and has been offering private consultations as well as teaching animal behaviour for nearly 15 years.
Amber strongly believes that health is holistic, meaning that all aspects of the animal’s life should be considered when a problem arises and has spent the majority of her career managing her patients in such a way where possible. She has worked with dogs posing all levels of challenge to their handling, diagnosis and case management and promises to share all her experience to help owners help their own dogs.
Terms and conditions:
In the event of needing to cancel your ticket, please note that refunds will only be issued up to the 15th of September 2019. After this date, no refunds will be given.
(Please note that dogs are not permitted inside this venue.)