Sunday 8th September 2019, from 9.30am until 4.30pm in South Nutfield, Surrey.
Tickets = only £70 per person (Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment)
This 1-day seminar is aimed at dog owners and professionals wanting a clearer understanding of how we can help dogs holistically. 3 separate talks on raw diets, physiotherapy and acupuncture explained by experts in their fields!
Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment, visit: dogcommunication.co.uk/08-09-2019
- Raw doesn’t have to be guesswork with Charley Gray -The Raw Vet [MA VetMB MRCVS]
- How physiotherapy can help your dog with Joanne Boddy [BSc BA MCSP Cat A ACPAT]
- The benefits of acupuncture in veterinary practice with Luna Zamora [DVM (BSc Hons) Acup Cert Vet Acup MRCVS MBACc]
Payment is only via Paypal. Please note, we will use the email address that you have paid from (your Paypal address) to contact you.
In the event of needing to cancel your ticket, please note that refunds will only be issued up to the 30/08/2019. After this date, no refunds will be given. (Please note that dogs are not permitted inside this venue.)
About our speakers
Charley Gray is a raw feeding mixed practice vet who graduated from Cambridge University in 2009. In 2018 Charley started ‘The RAW Vet’. The RAW Vet aims to bring together science and raw feeding with the intention of optimising the health of dogs all over the country.
This is unlike any raw talk you have been to before….
We will cover the basics – (ingredients to consider, risks and benefits, bone choices) but in the second half we will talk about how to audit a diet to assess the nutritional content of raw or home-cooked diets at home. This is useful for any dog, but it is invaluable for dogs where allergies, intolerances or medical conditions limit choice of ingredients and make it challenging to provide a balanced diet. We will discuss the science behind why an unprocessed diet is right for your dog, and about the excellent ways to use both science and natural feeding to provide truly optimal nutrition in every dog.
Luna Zamora graduated as a vet in 2009, completed an internship in equine veterinary practice at the University of Cambridge in 2010. Since then, Luna has worked as an equine vet in first opinion practice. In 2014 she completed a Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture for small and large animals with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and since then Luna has been combining equine first opinion practice with Acupuncture in both horses and small animals. Because of Luna’s interest in Traditional Acupuncture, she started a BSc (Hons) in Human Acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine in 2015. Luna graduated with a First in 2018 and now Luna is mainly working as an Acupuncturist with both animals and people. Luna is a member of the Royal Veterinary College, the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturist and the British Acupuncture Council.
Luna will be talking about acupuncture in veterinary practice, with an intro about acupuncture, the differences between western and traditional acupuncture, acupuncture as part of multimodal pain management, and other indications for acupuncture, as well as case studies.
Joanne Boddy is a Chartered Physiotherapist for 20 years and has specialised in Dogs and Cats for the past 15. Prior to this Joanne worked in animal welfare and this informs her work today. Joanne’s aim is to improve quality of life, comfort and ability for her four-legged patients and she enjoys empowering owners to help their animal companions to feel better.
Joanne has a team of Chartered physiotherapists that work with her and together they cover London and the surrounding area. Joanne has a particular interest in neurological and spinal problems in dogs and cats as well as multiple pathology in the older animal.