Cat friendly interactions with Dr Nathalie Dowgray
When: 14 September 2022
In this webinar we will introduce what a cat friendly interaction is, discuss feline emotions and how they need to be understood to create a cat centric approach to interacting with cats. This webinar will also contain lots of tips and tricks for handling cats and an introduction to ISFM’s Cat Friendly Clinic and International Cat Care’s Cat friendly Homing programmes. The content will be suitable for all people who work with cats, including veterinary professionals, shelter staff, groomers, pet sitters and cattery staff.
Clinical Coach Training
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47th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress & XVIII FIAVAC Congress (WSAVA 2022)
When: 29 – 31 October 2022
Experience an event that is so much more than just a Congress - join the gathering of the global veterinary community at WSAVA 2022 in beautiful Lima, Peru!
Become part of this long-awaited in-person meeting, where international veterinary experts, technicians and students will come together to collaborate and share knowledge on the latest in veterinary medicine and care for small companion animals.
Super Early Bird Registration Deadline: 29 March 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline: 2 August 2022
For the latest congress news & registration information visit the official WSAVA 2022 website: https://wsava2022.com/
NZVNA Wellbeing and Business Symposiums
When: 08 - 10 November 2022
The New Zealand Veterinary Association is hosting a Wellbeing and Business Symposium. They have generously agreed to allow NZVNA members to attend at the same price as NZVA members.
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