Conferences and Webinars

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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Presented by Kevin McPeake<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\nThere are many measures which can be taken to prepare cats and dogs for the handling they may require during their life, and to minimise distress and maximise compliance during handling, but&nbsp;there are also times where drug therapy may be indicated&nbsp;to facilitate safe handling and management. This webinar&nbsp;will look at handling and considerations when deciding on&nbsp;whether medication is appropriate, and&nbsp;pros and cons of the various&nbsp;agents&nbsp;available.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\nKevin McPeake is a veterinary behaviourist who works in the Animal Behaviour Clinic at the University of Lincoln&nbsp;where he sees canine and feline behaviour referrals. Kevin&nbsp;is currently undertaking a PhD in canine behaviour and is working towards accreditation as a European Specialist in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine.<br />\n&nbsp;</p>\n<p>Price: APBC members &pound;10 Non-members &pound;30 PLEASE NOTE YOUR AUTOMATED BOOKING CONFIRMATION WILL INCLUDE THE WEB ADDRESSYOU NEED TO VIEW THE WEBINAR.&nbsp;<br />\nTHIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS TO VIEW FOR SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE LIVE BROADCAST.<br />\nIT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR APBC MEMBERS TO PURCHASE ON THE MEMBERS WEBSITE FOR VIEWING SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE BROADCAST.<br />\nPlease note: APBC and SPEAKERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TECHNICAL FAILING IN THE RESULTING RECORDING. Purchases of live broadcast or recording are not refundable</p>\n', created = 1500943044, expire = 1501029444, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '1:c6d8442f97409bce864f897375dd9058' in /home/jbellapbc/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 108.
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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><strong>Love cats and want to learn more? Then join International Cat Care and the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors for a weekend of fascinating feline talks.</strong><br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Day 1 Saturday 16th September</strong> <em>&ndash; iCatCare Feline Day</em><br />\n<strong>Day 2 Sunday 17th September</strong> <em>&ndash; iCatCare/APBC Day: Problem behaviour &ndash; it&rsquo;s a team approach</em><br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Our expert speakers:</strong></p>\n<ul>\n<li>Trudi Atkinson, VN, cat behaviour counsellor and APBC member</li>\n<li>Sarah Ellis, iCatCare feline behavior specialist</li>\n<li>Sarah Endersby, iCatCare Veterinary Development</li>\n<li>Lauren Finka, University of Lincoln and cat welfare consultant</li>\n<li>Celia Haddon, author and cat behaviour counsellor</li>\n<li>Vicky Halls, VN, author, cat behaviour counsellor and APBC member</li>\n<li>Karen Hiestand, University of Surrey</li>\n<li>Jamie Rushton, veterinary surgeon and clinical behaviour Specialist</li>\n<li>Linda Ryan, VN with a special interest in behavior and training</li>\n<li>Andy Sparkes, iCatCare Veterinary Director</li>\n<li>Sam Taylor, iCatCare Veterinary Nurse Distance Education Manager</li>\n</ul>\n<p>&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Day 1 &ndash; Saturday 16th September</strong><br />\n<em>iCatCare Feline Day</em><br />\n09.00 Registration opens<br />\n10.00 From hospital to home &ndash; managing and supporting a cat with arthritis Sam Taylor, iCatCare Veterinary Nurse Distance Education Manager<br />\n10.45 The super fosterer &ndash; how fostering cats can benefit their wellbeing Vicky Halls, VN, author and cat behaviour counsellor<br />\n11.30 Coffee break<br />\n12.00 The ultimate challenge &ndash; a stress-free vet visit Sarah Endersby, iCatCare Veterinary Development Manager<br />\n12.30 Cats and wildlife Celia Haddon, author and cat behaviour counsellor<br />\n13.00 Lunch break<br />\n14.00 Ethical dilemmas &ndash; &lsquo;natural mutation&rsquo; or a breed too far? Andy Sparkes, iCatCare Veterinary Director<br />\n14.45 From hospital to home &ndash; care for the cat with kidney disease Sam Taylor, iCatCare Veterinary Nurse Distance Education Manager<br />\n15.15 Tea break<br />\n15.30 Raffle draw<br />\n15.45 Ethical dilemmas &ndash; outdoor/indoor lifestyles, cat cafes and others Karen Hiestand, Teaching Fellow, University of Surrey<br />\n16.30 Desperate house cats &ndash; the less obvious consequences of keeping cats indoors (case studies) Vicky Halls, VN, author and cat behaviour counsellor<br />\n17.00 End<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Day 2 &ndash; Sunday 17th September</strong><br />\n<em>iCatCare/APBC Day: Problem behaviour &ndash; it&rsquo;s a team approach</em><br />\nInternational Cat Care, working with the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, has planned a day with a difference! Instead of the usual conference format, a problem behaviour case (fictional but based on true events) will be presented (see right), shown through the eyes of the people involved in the management of the case. The aim is to show how all the different professions are involved in a case, how decisions they make can influence the case (for better or worse) and how they need to work together to get the best outcome for the owner and the cat. Sarah Ellis from iCatCare will compere the day and there will be input from various experts and discussion during the day.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>The case </strong><br />\nAn owner has two cats, a Korat, aged 13 years, obtained many years ago from a breeder, and a six month old domestic shorthair kitten acquired from a friend of a friend whose moggy was not neutered in time and was mated by a local stray tom. The owner contacts the vet because the young cat appears to be urinating and defecating outside the litter tray. The vet suggests the in-house nurse takes the case as she has an interest in behaviour and has been to some weekend seminars on the subject. And so the case unfolds to also include a homing centre.<br />\n09.00 Registration opens<br />\n10.00 Part 1: The case is explained using short videos from the owner and different people involved in the case, explaining the decisions they made and what happened. Delegates are asked to note down all the points where they think good or poor decisions have been made or where problems could potentially occur<br />\n11.00 Coffee break<br />\n11.45 Part 2: Open discussion with delegate input<br />\n12.30 Lunch break<br />\n13.30 Part 3: Case revisited with expert speakers from different professions talking about what their role is in the prevention and treatment of problem behaviour and how the case could have developed differently <em>Vicky Halls, Jamie Rushton, Linda Ryan, Trudi Atkinson and Lauren Finka</em><br />\n15.05 Tea break<br />\n15.35 Raffle draw<br />\n15.45 Part 3 continued<br />\n15.55 Bringing it all together &ndash; Vicky Halls<br />\n16.10 Summary &ndash; Sarah Ellis<br />\n16.20 End<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>The venue </strong><br />\nThe conference is being held at the newly opened Birmingham Conference and Events Centre which is just outside New Street Station in Birmingham, making rail travel very easy for delegates.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Staying over </strong><br />\nThe conference centre is attached to the Holiday Inn where accommodation is modern and well priced for those who want to stay over. Full details can be found at: <a href=\"https://www.hibirmingham.co.uk/\">https://www.hibirmingham.co.uk/ </a><br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Cost </strong><br />\nWeekend cost: &pound;140<br />\nOne day only: &pound;80<br />\nIncludes refreshments and buffet lunch, CPD certificate of attendance and access to online downloadable proceedings (Saturday only) 2 weeks before the conference weekend.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>How to book </strong><br />\nPlease make your booking via our <a href=\"https://icatcare.org/cat-weekend/register\">online registration form</a><br />\nFor enquiries about the conference, please contact Nikki Jones on +44 (0)1747 871872<br />\nCANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations MUST be made in writing and will be subject to a &pound;20 administration charge. 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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><strong>Behaviour essentials for veterinary practices: effective strategies to support your canine clients throughout their lifetimes, from pups to pensioners.</strong><br />\nUnderstanding behaviour can benefit veterinary practices in many ways. Being able to give appropriate behavioural advice can reduce the chances of behaviour problems occurring or help owners deal with problems effectively. This is important both for the welfare of the animal and also for maintaining the pet-owner bond which helps to keep pets in the home. Behavioural awareness can also improve how animals are handled and managed in the veterinary surgery, helping to ensure they remain happy to come into, and be handled in, the surgery. This makes it easier to give them the veterinary care they need, encouraging owners to remain bonded to your practice and to bring their pets in for treatment when it is needed.<br />\nFocusing on dogs, this day will cover the most important aspects of behaviour at different stages of life from before birth through puppyhood, adolescence, adulthood and into old age. We will include plenty of practical strategies to help you support your canine clients, including breeders and owners, to ensure the well-being of their dogs and reduce the chances of behaviour problems occurring.<br />\nThis day is aimed at enabling vets and nurses in general practice to provide a whole practice behavioural support package for dogs and their owners.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Speakers</strong>:<br />\n<strong>Elaine Henley:</strong>&nbsp;Advice for breeders - Care of the bitch and pups from before birth and during early puppyhood<br />\n<strong>Claire Hargrave</strong>:&nbsp;Pups - From entering new home until around 20 weeks of age<br />\n<strong>Helen Zulch</strong>: From puberty to maturity<br />\n<strong>Caroline Warnes:&nbsp;</strong>Behaviour in elderly dogs<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>Conference \'Nitty Gritty\'</strong><br />\n<strong>Prices</strong><br />\nVeterinary Surgeons and Standard non-Member Early Bird rate (to 25 August 2017): &pound;80<br />\nAPBC Member Early Bird rate (to 25 August 2017): &pound;60<br />\nVeterinary Surgeons and Standard non-member price: &pound;90<br />\nAPBC member price: &pound;70<br />\nVeterinary Nurse with Bursary: &pound;75 - APBC has made available a limited number of bursary places to reduce the cost of the event for veterinary nurses. To apply for a place please email <span class=\"spamspan\"><span class=\"u\">events</span> [at] <span class=\"d\">apbc [dot] org [dot] uk</span></span> to check availability and request the promotional code.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\n<strong>FEES INCLUDE REFRESHMENTS AND 4 COURSE HOT &amp; COLD LUNCH BUFFET!</strong><br />\n&nbsp;<br />\nRefunds may be given for cancellations made no less than 14 days prior to the event less an &pound;8 admin fee. If cancelling 14 days or less from the event, no refund can be made however substitutions can be made at any time by emailing the change of name to: <span class=\"spamspan\"><span class=\"u\">events</span> [at] <span class=\"d\">apbc [dot] org [dot] uk</span><span class=\"h\"> (subject: APBC%20Behaviour%20Essentials) </span></span>.<br />\nThe organisers reserve the right to substitute speakers and programme details if necessary. A final reminder will be sent by email a few days prior to the event.<br />\nPlease note that other than assistance dogs, the venue does not permit dogs on the site.</p>\n', created = 1500943044, expire = 1501029444, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '1:a0e4737a7aaf3934362a33b4366bc0d7' in /home/jbellapbc/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 108.
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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Presented by Sara Davies<br />\nSuccess with Clients! Part one - from initial contact up to an including the first consultation</p>\n<p>In this first of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being &lsquo;successful with clients&rsquo;, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you! &nbsp;In chronological order, Sara will take you from the point of initial contact up to and including the nitty gritty of the first consultation - from phone calls and e mails to questionnaires and history taking, and from selecting the right behaviour modification techniques to communicating those to the client and coaching their physical skills. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. The two webinars will work very well together but can also function separately as they are self-contained.<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\nSuccess with Clients! Part two - from report writing to the &lsquo;it&rsquo;s not working&rsquo; phone call!<br />\nIn this second of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being &lsquo;successful with clients&rsquo;, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you!&nbsp; Having done the consultation it&rsquo;s now time for the dreaded report - Sara no longer dreads hers - find out why! During the follow up period when they get the &lsquo;it&rsquo;s not working&rsquo; phone call many practitioners seem to fall apart and go looking for obscure methods of treatment and training when in fact the answer lies in poor client compliance. Sara will cover how to identify and deal with this and keep the client on side until resolution of the case. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. You don&rsquo;t need to have attended the first webinar to enjoy this one as each is self-contained.<br />\nSara is a registered veterinary surgeon who spent nine years in full time small animal practice before switching to pet behaviour and training where she has worked for the last 15 years. In addition to her degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, she is an honours graduate of Jean Donaldson&rsquo;s Academy for Dog Trainers, and has a City &amp; Guilds qualification in teaching adult learners. She is a full member of the APBC, and an ABTC registered veterinary behaviourist and clinical animal behaviourist. She is a committed reward based trainer with a keen interest in both the welfare of the pet and the comfort of the client.&nbsp;<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\nPrice: APBC members &pound;10 Non-members &pound;30<br />\nPLEASE NOTE YOUR AUTOMATED BOOKING CONFIRMATION WILL INCLUDE THE LOG IN YOU NEED TO VIEW THE WEBINAR. THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS TO VIEW FOR SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE LIVE BROADCAST. IT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR APBC MEMBERS TO PURCHASE ON THE MEMBERS WEBSITE FOR VIEWING SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Please note: APBC and SPEAKERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TECHNICAL FAILING IN THE RESULTING RECORDING. Purchases of live broadcast or recording are not refundable.</p>\n', created = 1500943044, expire = 1501029444, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '1:39db1352bc0a090c010f17927af66f99' in /home/jbellapbc/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 108.
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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Presented by Sara Davies<br />\nSuccess with Clients! Part one - from initial contact up to an including the first consultation<br />\nIn this first of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being &lsquo;successful with clients&rsquo;, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you! &nbsp;In chronological order, Sara will take you from the point of initial contact up to and including the nitty gritty of the first consultation - from phone calls and e mails to questionnaires and history taking, and from selecting the right behaviour modification techniques to communicating those to the client and coaching their physical skills. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. The two webinars will work very well together but can also function separately as they are self-contained.<br />\n&nbsp;</p>\n<p>Success with Clients! Part two - from report writing to the &lsquo;it&rsquo;s not working&rsquo; phone call!</p>\n<p>In this second of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being &lsquo;successful with clients&rsquo;, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you!&nbsp; Having done the consultation it&rsquo;s now time for the dreaded report - Sara no longer dreads hers - find out why! During the follow up period when they get the &lsquo;it&rsquo;s not working&rsquo; phone call many practitioners seem to fall apart and go looking for obscure methods of treatment and training when in fact the answer lies in poor client compliance. Sara will cover how to identify and deal with this and keep the client on side until resolution of the case. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. You don&rsquo;t need to have attended the first webinar to enjoy this one as each is self-contained.<br />\n&nbsp;</p>\n<p>Sara is a registered veterinary surgeon who spent nine years in full time small animal practice before switching to pet behaviour and training where she has worked for the last 15 years. In addition to her degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, she is an honours graduate of Jean Donaldson&rsquo;s Academy for Dog Trainers, and has a City &amp; Guilds qualification in teaching adult learners. She is a full member of the APBC, and an ABTC registered veterinary behaviourist and clinical animal behaviourist. She is a committed reward based trainer with a keen interest in both the welfare of the pet and the comfort of the client.&nbsp;<br />\n&nbsp;<br />\nPrice: APBC members &pound;10 Non-members &pound;30<br />\nPLEASE NOTE YOUR AUTOMATED BOOKING CONFIRMATION WILL INCLUDE THE LOG IN YOU NEED TO VIEW THE WEBINAR. THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS TO VIEW FOR SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE LIVE BROADCAST. IT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR APBC MEMBERS TO PURCHASE ON THE MEMBERS WEBSITE FOR VIEWING SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Please note: APBC and SPEAKERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TECHNICAL FAILING IN THE RESULTING RECORDING. Purchases of live broadcast or recording are not refundable.</p>\n', created = 1500943044, expire = 1501029444, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '1:48481d0d2ecbb864fd67e759043be95c' in /home/jbellapbc/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 108.
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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><strong>Welcome the APBC’s Conference and Webinar page! See below for upcoming events.</strong></p>\n<p>If you are a member of the APBC and wish to <a href=\"http://www.apbc.org.uk/members/events\">view upcoming member-only events click here</a>. You will need to log in for this link to work.</p>\n<p><strong>Food policy at events</strong></p>\n<p style=\"font-size:10pt\"><img src=\"/sites/default/files/images/speech.jpg\" class=\"img-right-border\" />Please note that it is the APBC’s policy to ensure that food provided at APBC events encourages welfare orientated farming methods. Wherever possible we aim to ensure:</p>\n<ul style=\"list-style-type:disc;margin-left:20px; font-size:10pt\">\n<li>Free range eggs are used</li>\n<li> Meat is free range or as a minimum meets the Five Freedoms Welfare Code. If free range meat cannot be provided then all catering will be vegetarian.</li>\n<li>Produce is locally sourced where possible.</li>\n</ul>\n<p style=\"font-size:10pt\"><strong>Webinar requirements</strong><br />\nIf you are unsure whether your computer or broadband speed is suitable to view a webinar, you may like to run the following test. Please note you do not need to have a webcam or microphone enable, you just need to be able to see and hear the presentation:</p>\n<p style=\"font-size:10pt\">You can test your connection before your session starts by joining a test session to check that your computer has everything required. </p>\n<p style=\"font-size:10pt\">Join the test session as follows:</p>\n<ol style=\"font-size:10pt\">\n<li>To test your connection, join the test session via <a href=\"https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/406552062\">https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/406552062</a>.</li>\n<li>If you\'re on a desktop, you may need to download the Citrix Online Launcher file for Windows or Mac to launch GoToWebinar.</li>\n<li>If you see a \"Successfully Connected\" message on the \"Waiting for Organizer\" dialog, you\'ve successfully joined the test session. You should be able to join GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar and GoToTraining sessions from this computer. Close the \"Waiting for Organizer\" dialog to exit the test session.</li>\n</ol>\n<hr/>\n<h2>Upcoming Events</h2>\n</hr/>', created = 1500943044, expire = 1501029444, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:22d0e614f6a5574876b9a33a13cd4b03' in /home/jbellapbc/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 108.
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  • user warning: Table './apbc_org_uk_@002d_member/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>This booklet has been written as a guide for owners of older puppies and young dogs. It is aimed for pet owners and their dogs. Written as a follow on from &quot;Good Puppy!&quot;, it looks at the next stages of our dog\'s development. Price includes UK P&amp;P. Please email <span class=\"spamspan\"><span class=\"u\">info</span> [at] <span class=\"d\">apbc [dot] org [dot] uk</span></span> for international postage.<br />\n&nbsp;</p>\n', created = 1500943044, expire = 1501029444, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '1:4929c84ce5d73bac0736f25014d357ae' in /home/jbellapbc/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 108.

Welcome the APBC’s Conference and Webinar page! See below for upcoming events.

If you are a member of the APBC and wish to view upcoming member-only events click here. You will need to log in for this link to work.

Food policy at events

Please note that it is the APBC’s policy to ensure that food provided at APBC events encourages welfare orientated farming methods. Wherever possible we aim to ensure:

  • Free range eggs are used
  • Meat is free range or as a minimum meets the Five Freedoms Welfare Code. If free range meat cannot be provided then all catering will be vegetarian.
  • Produce is locally sourced where possible.

Webinar requirements
If you are unsure whether your computer or broadband speed is suitable to view a webinar, you may like to run the following test. Please note you do not need to have a webcam or microphone enable, you just need to be able to see and hear the presentation:

You can test your connection before your session starts by joining a test session to check that your computer has everything required.

Join the test session as follows:

  1. To test your connection, join the test session via https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/406552062.
  2. If you're on a desktop, you may need to download the Citrix Online Launcher file for Windows or Mac to launch GoToWebinar.
  3. If you see a "Successfully Connected" message on the "Waiting for Organizer" dialog, you've successfully joined the test session. You should be able to join GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar and GoToTraining sessions from this computer. Close the "Waiting for Organizer" dialog to exit the test session.

Upcoming Events

  • Use of drug therapy in the safe handling and management of animals with behaviour issues

    12/09/2017-12/09/2017

    Venue: On your computer, anywhere. 8pm to 9.30pm

    Presented by Kevin McPeake
     
    There are many measures which can be taken to prepare cats and dogs for the handling they may require during their life, and to minimise distress and maximise compliance during handling, but there are also times where drug therapy may be indicated to facilitate safe handling and management. This webinar will look at handling and considerations when deciding on whether medication is appropriate, and pros and cons of the various agents available.
     
    Kevin McPeake is a veterinary behaviourist who works in the Animal Behaviour Clinic at the University of Lincoln where he sees canine and feline behaviour referrals. Kevin is currently undertaking a PhD in canine behaviour and is working towards accreditation as a European Specialist in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine.
     

    Price: APBC members £10 Non-members £30 PLEASE NOTE YOUR AUTOMATED BOOKING CONFIRMATION WILL INCLUDE THE WEB ADDRESSYOU NEED TO VIEW THE WEBINAR. 
    THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS TO VIEW FOR SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE LIVE BROADCAST.
    IT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR APBC MEMBERS TO PURCHASE ON THE MEMBERS WEBSITE FOR VIEWING SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE BROADCAST.
    Please note: APBC and SPEAKERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TECHNICAL FAILING IN THE RESULTING RECORDING. Purchases of live broadcast or recording are not refundable

    Click here to book:
  • iCatCare Cat Weekend

    16/09/2017

    Venue: Birmingham Conference and Events Centre

    Love cats and want to learn more? Then join International Cat Care and the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors for a weekend of fascinating feline talks.
     
    Day 1 Saturday 16th September – iCatCare Feline Day
    Day 2 Sunday 17th September – iCatCare/APBC Day: Problem behaviour – it’s a team approach
     
    Our expert speakers:

    • Trudi Atkinson, VN, cat behaviour counsellor and APBC member
    • Sarah Ellis, iCatCare feline behavior specialist
    • Sarah Endersby, iCatCare Veterinary Development
    • Lauren Finka, University of Lincoln and cat welfare consultant
    • Celia Haddon, author and cat behaviour counsellor
    • Vicky Halls, VN, author, cat behaviour counsellor and APBC member
    • Karen Hiestand, University of Surrey
    • Jamie Rushton, veterinary surgeon and clinical behaviour Specialist
    • Linda Ryan, VN with a special interest in behavior and training
    • Andy Sparkes, iCatCare Veterinary Director
    • Sam Taylor, iCatCare Veterinary Nurse Distance Education Manager

     
    Day 1 – Saturday 16th September
    iCatCare Feline Day
    09.00 Registration opens
    10.00 From hospital to home – managing and supporting a cat with arthritis Sam Taylor, iCatCare Veterinary Nurse Distance Education Manager
    10.45 The super fosterer – how fostering cats can benefit their wellbeing Vicky Halls, VN, author and cat behaviour counsellor
    11.30 Coffee break
    12.00 The ultimate challenge – a stress-free vet visit Sarah Endersby, iCatCare Veterinary Development Manager
    12.30 Cats and wildlife Celia Haddon, author and cat behaviour counsellor
    13.00 Lunch break
    14.00 Ethical dilemmas – ‘natural mutation’ or a breed too far? Andy Sparkes, iCatCare Veterinary Director
    14.45 From hospital to home – care for the cat with kidney disease Sam Taylor, iCatCare Veterinary Nurse Distance Education Manager
    15.15 Tea break
    15.30 Raffle draw
    15.45 Ethical dilemmas – outdoor/indoor lifestyles, cat cafes and others Karen Hiestand, Teaching Fellow, University of Surrey
    16.30 Desperate house cats – the less obvious consequences of keeping cats indoors (case studies) Vicky Halls, VN, author and cat behaviour counsellor
    17.00 End
     
    Day 2 – Sunday 17th September
    iCatCare/APBC Day: Problem behaviour – it’s a team approach
    International Cat Care, working with the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, has planned a day with a difference! Instead of the usual conference format, a problem behaviour case (fictional but based on true events) will be presented (see right), shown through the eyes of the people involved in the management of the case. The aim is to show how all the different professions are involved in a case, how decisions they make can influence the case (for better or worse) and how they need to work together to get the best outcome for the owner and the cat. Sarah Ellis from iCatCare will compere the day and there will be input from various experts and discussion during the day.
     
    The case
    An owner has two cats, a Korat, aged 13 years, obtained many years ago from a breeder, and a six month old domestic shorthair kitten acquired from a friend of a friend whose moggy was not neutered in time and was mated by a local stray tom. The owner contacts the vet because the young cat appears to be urinating and defecating outside the litter tray. The vet suggests the in-house nurse takes the case as she has an interest in behaviour and has been to some weekend seminars on the subject. And so the case unfolds to also include a homing centre.
    09.00 Registration opens
    10.00 Part 1: The case is explained using short videos from the owner and different people involved in the case, explaining the decisions they made and what happened. Delegates are asked to note down all the points where they think good or poor decisions have been made or where problems could potentially occur
    11.00 Coffee break
    11.45 Part 2: Open discussion with delegate input
    12.30 Lunch break
    13.30 Part 3: Case revisited with expert speakers from different professions talking about what their role is in the prevention and treatment of problem behaviour and how the case could have developed differently Vicky Halls, Jamie Rushton, Linda Ryan, Trudi Atkinson and Lauren Finka
    15.05 Tea break
    15.35 Raffle draw
    15.45 Part 3 continued
    15.55 Bringing it all together – Vicky Halls
    16.10 Summary – Sarah Ellis
    16.20 End
     
    The venue
    The conference is being held at the newly opened Birmingham Conference and Events Centre which is just outside New Street Station in Birmingham, making rail travel very easy for delegates.
     
    Staying over
    The conference centre is attached to the Holiday Inn where accommodation is modern and well priced for those who want to stay over. Full details can be found at: https://www.hibirmingham.co.uk/
     
    Cost
    Weekend cost: £140
    One day only: £80
    Includes refreshments and buffet lunch, CPD certificate of attendance and access to online downloadable proceedings (Saturday only) 2 weeks before the conference weekend.
     
    How to book
    Please make your booking via our online registration form
    For enquiries about the conference, please contact Nikki Jones on +44 (0)1747 871872
    CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations MUST be made in writing and will be subject to a £20 administration charge. Cancellations made after 16 August 2017 will not be refunded unless at the organiser’s discretion.

    iCatCare Weekend Official Website:
  • APBC: Behaviour Essentials for Veterinary Practices: Effective strategies to support your canine clients throughout their lifetimes, from pups to pensioners

    25/10/2017-25/10/2017

    Venue: Holiday Inn Coventry M6 J2, Hinckley Road, Walsgrave, Coventry CV2 2HP

    Behaviour essentials for veterinary practices: effective strategies to support your canine clients throughout their lifetimes, from pups to pensioners.
    Understanding behaviour can benefit veterinary practices in many ways. Being able to give appropriate behavioural advice can reduce the chances of behaviour problems occurring or help owners deal with problems effectively. This is important both for the welfare of the animal and also for maintaining the pet-owner bond which helps to keep pets in the home. Behavioural awareness can also improve how animals are handled and managed in the veterinary surgery, helping to ensure they remain happy to come into, and be handled in, the surgery. This makes it easier to give them the veterinary care they need, encouraging owners to remain bonded to your practice and to bring their pets in for treatment when it is needed.
    Focusing on dogs, this day will cover the most important aspects of behaviour at different stages of life from before birth through puppyhood, adolescence, adulthood and into old age. We will include plenty of practical strategies to help you support your canine clients, including breeders and owners, to ensure the well-being of their dogs and reduce the chances of behaviour problems occurring.
    This day is aimed at enabling vets and nurses in general practice to provide a whole practice behavioural support package for dogs and their owners.
     
    Speakers:
    Elaine Henley: Advice for breeders - Care of the bitch and pups from before birth and during early puppyhood
    Claire Hargrave: Pups - From entering new home until around 20 weeks of age
    Helen Zulch: From puberty to maturity
    Caroline Warnes: Behaviour in elderly dogs
     
    Conference 'Nitty Gritty'
    Prices
    Veterinary Surgeons and Standard non-Member Early Bird rate (to 25 August 2017): £80
    APBC Member Early Bird rate (to 25 August 2017): £60
    Veterinary Surgeons and Standard non-member price: £90
    APBC member price: £70
    Veterinary Nurse with Bursary: £75 - APBC has made available a limited number of bursary places to reduce the cost of the event for veterinary nurses. To apply for a place please email events [at] apbc [dot] org [dot] uk to check availability and request the promotional code.
     
    FEES INCLUDE REFRESHMENTS AND 4 COURSE HOT & COLD LUNCH BUFFET!
     
    Refunds may be given for cancellations made no less than 14 days prior to the event less an £8 admin fee. If cancelling 14 days or less from the event, no refund can be made however substitutions can be made at any time by emailing the change of name to: events [at] apbc [dot] org [dot] uk (subject: APBC%20Behaviour%20Essentials) .
    The organisers reserve the right to substitute speakers and programme details if necessary. A final reminder will be sent by email a few days prior to the event.
    Please note that other than assistance dogs, the venue does not permit dogs on the site.

    Click here to book:
  • Success with Clients! Part 1 (of 2)

    31/10/2017-31/10/2017

    Venue: On your computer, anywhere. 8pm to 9.30pm.

    Presented by Sara Davies
    Success with Clients! Part one - from initial contact up to an including the first consultation

    In this first of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being ‘successful with clients’, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you!  In chronological order, Sara will take you from the point of initial contact up to and including the nitty gritty of the first consultation - from phone calls and e mails to questionnaires and history taking, and from selecting the right behaviour modification techniques to communicating those to the client and coaching their physical skills. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. The two webinars will work very well together but can also function separately as they are self-contained.
     
    Success with Clients! Part two - from report writing to the ‘it’s not working’ phone call!
    In this second of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being ‘successful with clients’, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you!  Having done the consultation it’s now time for the dreaded report - Sara no longer dreads hers - find out why! During the follow up period when they get the ‘it’s not working’ phone call many practitioners seem to fall apart and go looking for obscure methods of treatment and training when in fact the answer lies in poor client compliance. Sara will cover how to identify and deal with this and keep the client on side until resolution of the case. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. You don’t need to have attended the first webinar to enjoy this one as each is self-contained.
    Sara is a registered veterinary surgeon who spent nine years in full time small animal practice before switching to pet behaviour and training where she has worked for the last 15 years. In addition to her degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, she is an honours graduate of Jean Donaldson’s Academy for Dog Trainers, and has a City & Guilds qualification in teaching adult learners. She is a full member of the APBC, and an ABTC registered veterinary behaviourist and clinical animal behaviourist. She is a committed reward based trainer with a keen interest in both the welfare of the pet and the comfort of the client. 
     
    Price: APBC members £10 Non-members £30
    PLEASE NOTE YOUR AUTOMATED BOOKING CONFIRMATION WILL INCLUDE THE LOG IN YOU NEED TO VIEW THE WEBINAR. THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS TO VIEW FOR SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE LIVE BROADCAST. IT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR APBC MEMBERS TO PURCHASE ON THE MEMBERS WEBSITE FOR VIEWING SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Please note: APBC and SPEAKERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TECHNICAL FAILING IN THE RESULTING RECORDING. Purchases of live broadcast or recording are not refundable.

    Click here to book:
  • Success with Clients! Part 2 (of 2)

    10/11/2017-10/11/2017

    Venue: On your computer, anywhere. 8pm to 9.30pm.

    Presented by Sara Davies
    Success with Clients! Part one - from initial contact up to an including the first consultation
    In this first of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being ‘successful with clients’, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you!  In chronological order, Sara will take you from the point of initial contact up to and including the nitty gritty of the first consultation - from phone calls and e mails to questionnaires and history taking, and from selecting the right behaviour modification techniques to communicating those to the client and coaching their physical skills. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. The two webinars will work very well together but can also function separately as they are self-contained.
     

    Success with Clients! Part two - from report writing to the ‘it’s not working’ phone call!

    In this second of two practical and pragmatic webinars Sara is going to take us through the key things she has learnt from Jean Donaldson and The Academy for Dog Trainers on being ‘successful with clients’, which means getting good outcomes AND feeling job satisfaction. Feeling burned out? Wondering why you bother? You need a re-boot; these are the two webinars for you!  Having done the consultation it’s now time for the dreaded report - Sara no longer dreads hers - find out why! During the follow up period when they get the ‘it’s not working’ phone call many practitioners seem to fall apart and go looking for obscure methods of treatment and training when in fact the answer lies in poor client compliance. Sara will cover how to identify and deal with this and keep the client on side until resolution of the case. She will mostly be talking about dogs but the information will be equally relevant to other species and to those running classes. You don’t need to have attended the first webinar to enjoy this one as each is self-contained.
     

    Sara is a registered veterinary surgeon who spent nine years in full time small animal practice before switching to pet behaviour and training where she has worked for the last 15 years. In addition to her degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, she is an honours graduate of Jean Donaldson’s Academy for Dog Trainers, and has a City & Guilds qualification in teaching adult learners. She is a full member of the APBC, and an ABTC registered veterinary behaviourist and clinical animal behaviourist. She is a committed reward based trainer with a keen interest in both the welfare of the pet and the comfort of the client. 
     
    Price: APBC members £10 Non-members £30
    PLEASE NOTE YOUR AUTOMATED BOOKING CONFIRMATION WILL INCLUDE THE LOG IN YOU NEED TO VIEW THE WEBINAR. THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND SENT TO ALL REGISTRANTS TO VIEW FOR SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE LIVE BROADCAST. IT WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FOR APBC MEMBERS TO PURCHASE ON THE MEMBERS WEBSITE FOR VIEWING SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE BROADCAST. Please note: APBC and SPEAKERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TECHNICAL FAILING IN THE RESULTING RECORDING. Purchases of live broadcast or recording are not refundable.

    Click here to book