Behaviour for Vets & Nurses in General Practice

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This seminar will aim to focus on fundamental behaviour principles that underpin the interactions with dogs in general practice situations. We will discuss body language and communication as well as looking at how dogs learn and what the consequences of our interactions with them might be. 

The aim will be to provide understanding of how we can work cooperatively with them to achieve our needs as veterinary practitioners and working safely to avoid triggering defensive aggression, whilst protecting the emotional well-being of our patients.

Registration and Food will be at 7.30pm for a prompt 8pm start.

This course is intended for Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Nurses.
This course is kindly sponsored by CEVA


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20 Sep 2017 Holiday Inn Kenilworth Book now

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