In May we were excited to be able to offer our first Gastro Intestinal (GI) Focus
We have organised for Dr. Mark Edwards to host a webinar on Wednesday 24th May at 7.30pm to take you through our GI training for this focus
Please register here– this is available for all vets, nurses and reception staff
Please note, this event won’t count for CPD points for vets or nurses as it is specifically product related
Association of Pet Dog Trainers NZ's 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Friday 2nd June - Sunday 4th June
At the Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre, Auckland
EARLY BIRD CLOSING 5th May 2017!
Fuel your career, your passion (or both), by investing in yourself and investing in your continued education. Fantastic opportunity to network with fellow industry professionals. The APDTNZ hopes you will be joining us for this unique event.
Our international speakers are Nando Brown, Jo Rosie Haffenden (UK) and New Zealand speaker Kelly Daniel.
Broad range of exciting topics:
Touch: The nose-to-hand sustained touch, handling clinic (with live demo)
Out: How to teach your dog to let go in play (with live demo)
Dangerous Dogs & Specialist Breeds / Breed Specific Legislation,
Domestic “Dogesses”: practical tricks to teach your dog to help you at home
Context vs. Concept
Speaker profiles, online registration, conference information, programme and topic abstracts can all be found at: www.apdtnz.org.nz/conference.
Medicine and Surgery of the Equine Respiratory System
DVM, MS, DIPLOMATE ACVIM
DVM MS, DIPLOMATE ACVS
Auckland - Karaka Pavillion - 10 Hinau Rd, Karaka, Auckland 2113
Friday, June 9th 2017
EARLY BIRD PRICE $784 + GST (CLOSES 21st MAY 2017)
REGULAR PRICE $984 + GST
NZVNA Annual Conference -
4th and 5th August 2017 - Heritage Hotel, Auckland
Join us to celebrate 25 years of NZVNA
With special guest speaker
Professor David Church, BVSc PhD MACVSc MRCVS, The Royal Veterinary College
David is the Vice-Principal (Learning and Student Experience) at the Royal Veterinary College. He is an internationally recognised specialist in disorders of the endocrine system in dogs and cats. David’s current research interests include the underlying mechanism for the development and resolution of diabetes mellitus and the use of clinical data collected from general veterinary practices to enhance understanding and consequently improve both the health and welfare of animals and translational medicine opportunities.
The speaker for the Hills Breakfast at conference has been confirmed as:
Dr Annabel Roberston and the topic is "Update in the management of renal patients"
The full programme is available here
. You can register on line
or download a registration form
CPD Hours- 13 for both days
VETERINARY CARE OF WILDLIFE IN AFRICA
The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity to learn about, experience and participate in wildlife management and health interventions in free roaming wildlife populations in Africa
RACE approved 20 CPD points
SEE FLYER FOR MORE DETAILS
Dates: 21 August to 3 September
27 August to 9 September
10 -24 September
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