Understanding our Companion Animals:
Ethology, Welfare & Training
The conference is aimed at trainers and behaviourists wishing to network with fellow professionals and keen owners hoping to find out more about the ethology, welfare and training of the animals that they share their homes with.
Leading Clinical Animal Behaviourists will speak about key companion animal species; dogs, cats, rabbits and horses and there will be a facilitated discussion in the afternoon to allow questions from the audience.
Title: Understanding our Companion Animals: Ethology, Welfare & Training
Date: Saturday 30th March 2019
Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm
Location: University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester, SO22 4NR
Topics: The ethology, behaviour & training of . . .
Cats - Trudi Atkinson & Lucy Hoile
Dogs - Kris Glover & Dr Candy D'Sa
Horses - Debbie Busby
Rabbits & other small furries - Dr Anne McBride
Full biographies of all speakers here
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Limited availability of early bird tickets priced at £90 per person (ends 1st October 2018).
Partial refunds (50%) available until 1st October 2018 after which tickets can be transferred but not refunded.