Feline Behaviour: Dealing with Challenging Feline Problems

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Feline Behaviour: Dealing with Challenging Feline Problems

This feline behaviour CPD course is suitable for Veterinary Nurses, Vets as well as those those working with cats in a professional capacity who already have some knowledge of the species.

Price includes refreshments, buffet lunch, course notes and CPD certificate.

The course is presented by Caroline Clark, a Registered Veterinary Nurse, ABTC Registered Clinical Animal Behaviourist and Full member of the APBC.

Course aims: To provide the learner with a greater understanding of feline behaviour, how problems develop and how to prevent and treat a range of more challenging feline behaviour problems.

In this full day course delegates will look at:

  • Latest research on feline environmental requirements
  • Development & prevention of a range of challenging behaviour problems
  • Advice to clients
  • Interactive case studies

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Challeging Feline Behaviour

Available Tickets: 15
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Date

25 Jul 2019

Time

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cost

£140

Location

Hull Animal Welfare Trust
Pinfold, South Cave, HU15 2HE
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