The Kennel Club, along with the Pet Food Manufacturer’s Association, is inviting dog breeders, experts and enthusiasts to come together at the Breeders’ Symposium 2010 to discuss topical issues and how advances in science could transform the future for healthy, happy dogs. The event is being held from 9.30am on Sunday 28th November at the Royal Veterinary College in North Mymms, Hertfordshire.
The theme for this year’s event will be ‘Breeding for Health’, a topic that reflects the Kennel Club’s commitment to putting dog health at the top of the agenda and should also be of considerable interest to breeders.
Anybody who has an interest in dogs is invited to attend the Symposium, which will include discussions on various health & breeding topics. The discussions will be hosted by experts in their field and each presentation will be followed by an open question and answer session.
This is a great opportunity for dog breeders and owners to discuss the current shape of dog health and to find out what developments we can expect to see in the near future.
The Breeders’ Symposium costs £32.50 per person which includes morning refreshments, a buffet lunch and a delegate pack. To obtain a booking form, please contact Yohann Dieul, Health & Breeder Assistant, on 020 7518 6870 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
18 June 2010
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