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Make your practice behaviourally aware: Feline house-soiling
Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh Park, Warks
Speakers: Francesca Riccomini BSc (Hons), BVetMed, CCAB, MRCVS, DipAS (CABC) & Clare Wilson MA, Vet MB, DipCABC, MRCVS
House soiling is one of the most distressing problems with which cat owners struggle. Failure to resolve their difficulties can result in relinquishment or even euthanasia of misunderstood but otherwise satisfactory pets. Veterinary practices therefore have a vital role to play in early identification of such problems and in offering both appropriate immediate support and suitable longer term intervention, either in- house or by referral to a qualified feline behaviourist. Delegates will learn to distinguish between inappropriate marking behaviour and indoor toileting, to highlight the environmental and social factors contributing to the problem and to apply proven remedial measures specifically adapted to the individual circumstances to help resolve the problematic behaviour, which negatively affects the quality of life of all those concerned.
One of a series of six events throughout 2012. Fees: £85 for single booking, or £75 for multiple events.
Joining information is emailed to registered attendees. Please click here for a copy of the information and also directions.
Please note only pre-registered delegates may attend the event. If you are unsure as to whether you have registered, please email pauline [dot] interface [at] virgin [dot] net
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