Feeding Dogs – Nutrition and Behaviour Seminar
This seminar on feeding dogs is suitable for canine professionals as well as the interested dog owner. It looks at diet and nutrition and how that can impact on behaviour.
What is covered?
- General principles of nutrition – basic requirements and constituents of a dog’s diet
- Requirements at different life stages, choosing a diet and how to decide what is best
- Diet and behaviour – How food and the way it is presented can affect behaviour
- Allergies – common allergies (e.g. leading to skin, behaviour and gut problems)
- Supplements and nutraceuticals (benefits to health and evidence of success)
Please note, this seminar is not about advising any one particular diet – there are so many on the market and each dog has individual requirements and owners’ have their own preferences.However it should help you chose a diet with more confidence and highlight the behavioural opportunities feeding presents.
Light refreshments provided, course notes and a certificate of attendance for CPD purposes.
The session is presented by Caroline Clark, a registered Veterinary nurse and ABTC, registeered clinical animal behaviourist and a full member of the APBC. In this seminar, Caroline brings together both her expereince of veterinary nursing and behaviour counselling.
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Teacher, Animal Behaviourist
Caroline has over 30 years’ experience working within the animal industry. She is a qualified registered veterinary nurse and has a professional teaching qualification. Caroline’s teaching experience is varied, having taught students from level one through to graduates on degree courses. During her career she has worked for a number of colleges and was with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as an external verifier ensuring standards were met on the Veterinary Nursing programme.
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