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The APBC (Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors) is offering an exciting programme of  five behaviour events specifically targeted at  the veterinary profession. Subjects being covered are: stress in cats, pharmacological treatments for behaviour problems, canine aggression in the veterinary practice, puppies in the behaviourally aware practice and behaviour problems and the veterinary team. All of these events are being presented by APBC members, a number of whom are vets.  Running from May through to November, the events offer all veterinary professionals an opportunity to learn about the most up to date techniques and knowledge with regard to feline and canine behaviour.

The venue for all five events is centrally located at the Henley Golf and Country Club within easy reach of the M40. The fee for one event is just £75 and includes seminar cost, refreshments and buffet lunch.  Reduced rates are offered for multiple bookings. Certificates of attendance will be available for delegates for CPD purposes.

The APBC, founded in 1989, is the leading organisation in the field of companion animal behaviour and many of its members are at the cutting edge of latest research into this rapidly growing discipline. For full details of the events programme or for details of members and clinics visit www.apbc.org.uk.