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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Education Seminar Series

Dogs Victoria proudly presents ....

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DR STUART MASON OF MONASH VETERINARY CLINIC

Monday 25 February 2019 at 7pm - 'When should my dog be desexed?'

A common question for both breeders and veterinarians alike, but not an easy question to answer. With a lot of online information circulating on when and how to desex our canine friends, what is the truth?

This lecture will analyse and discuss the most up to date information on the effects of both the presence and absence of the gonads of dogs and bitches and allow breeders and veterinarians to give pet owners informed options.

You must be a member of Dogs Victoria to attend this free seminar.

Further sessions from Monash Vet are confirmed for 13 May & 26 August 2019.  Updated details will be posted here.

 

NINA BONDARENKO WORKSHOPS 

Dogs Victoria is pleased to confirm the Behaviour and Training Workshops by Nina Bondarenko (UK) are taking place in March.
Read Nina's Biography here

The workshops are being held at KCC Park on:

  • Wednesday 20 March
  • Thursday 21 March
  • Friday 22 March

** Bookings and payment for a place in this workshop will be via an online ticketing system through the Dogs Victoria App (via Team App).  Once logged into the App, go to 'Key Dates & Events' to locate your preferred day and access the booking screen **

Workshop Information

  • A maximum of 12 places each day are available for attendance with your dog as a participant- cost of $100
  • A maximum of 50 places each day are available for attendance as a spectator. – cost of $50.  This may be extended to more places if there is overwhelming interest
  • The sessions will run from 9:30am to 5:00pm daily, and include a questions and answer session at the end.
  • A cold light lunch will be provided with tea, coffee and cold drinks.
  • Nina can be flexible about topics on the day depending on individual requests and will use videos to demonstrate behaviours and training approaches.