AWF Rep, Jacqui Paterson, will give a presentation on Exotics at this year's LUVZS Northern Zoological Symposium, which is open to vet students from across the country.
The talk takes place on Saturday 25th March at 12.20pm and is a chance for veterinary students to learn about exotics husbandry from an experienced vet.
For more information and too book your place, please contact Rachel Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org
AWF Chair and trustee, Chris Laurence, will present a talk to Liverpool University vet students on Dangerous Dogs on 2 February from 7-9pm. For more information and to book please contact Katie Burden: email@example.com
AWF Rep, Liz Ormerod will present a talk to Edinburgh vet students on responding to requests from clients for the euthanasia of healthy pets on 1st February at 1pm. For more information and to book please contact Olivia Dower-Tylee: firstname.lastname@example.org
For full details and to book, please contact Elli Hullis: email@example.com
AWF Rep, Kate Hovers will present a talk to Cambridge vet students on why sheep are not stupid on 24th January at 6.30pm. For more information and to book please contact Ed Pilkington, President of the Cambridge Farm Animal Veterinary Society: firstname.lastname@example.org
Edinburgh University, The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies - 5 Oct 2016
In the 2016 AWF annual Discussion Forum we discussed The Animal Welfare Act, Non Traditional Companion Animals (Exotics) and The Role of the Vet and the Economics of Intensive Farming.
AWF Rep, Jacqui Paterson visits Liverpool Veterinary school to explore the problems of animal hoarding, in her talk titled "Hoarding is not kindly shelter". Jacqui will draw on her extensive experience and look at hoarding cases of all sorts of animals, supported by some very interesting photos!.
The talk starts at 7pm and is free to Liverpool veterinary students. The evening includes refreshments and the chance to win £30 Amazon vouchers for your feedback.
For more information, please contact Lloyd Hatchett: L.M.Hatchett@student.liverpool.ac.uk
AWF will be in Glasgow for a presentation by AWF Rep, Lewis Grant, on the question of Welfare at Slaughter.
The talk starts at 5.30pm and is free to Glasgow veterinary students. The evening includes refreshments and the chance to win £30 Amazon vouchers for your feedback.
For more information, please contact Noelle Schariest.