Amber Batson seminar, Sept 5th 2017 ‘To vet or not to vet – that is the question’

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Amber Batson Seminar on Tuesday 5th September 2017

Held at Dog Communication, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 4EJ

£70 per person

Dog Communication are thrilled to host Vet and behaviourist Amber Batson for a presentation for dog owners on recognising ill health in their pets and how and when to apply first aid principles and home remedies. Amber will also look at how to reduce the stress of the vet’s visit when it is necessary, including what you can to do to prepare for these occasions in advance, particularly with the fearful or reactive dog.

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 the 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.

Please contact Laura@dogcommunication.co.uk if you would like to book a place on this seminar.

(There are no facilities to bring dogs to this seminar).