Safe Handling – Approaches to Animals in the safest ways possible

Event Date: 
20/06/2017
Location: 
On your computer, anywhere. 8pm to 9.30pm.
Event Type: 
Open to Everyone

Presented by Tamsin Durston The webinar will examine how to approach and handle cats, dogs and rabbits in such a way that minimises any stress associated with handling. We will explore the natural behaviour of these animals in order to understand how they feel about being handled, how to recognise when they are worried and how to react in order to optimise your interaction with them. Tamsin Durston has worked as a Veterinary Nurse for the past 19 years and, having studied small animal behaviour, have applied a behavioural understanding of small animals to vet practice in order to minimise stress within this emotionally and physically challenging environment for our pets. She is currently working delivering a dog training service for Dogs Trust’s Dog School across London, again teaching owners to understand their dogs’ communication and feelings in order to minimise stress within their lives.
 
Price: APBC members £10 Non-members £30
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