Now, in the supposed information era, there is much mis-information about dogs, and yet there is so much to learn.
“While ever I work with dogs I learn something new about them – everyday!” Dr Robert Zammit.
Consequently, we have embarked on the presentation of a series of seminars, gathering experts in the field of canine science, be it behaviour, nutrition, reproduction, genetics and the host of other headings under the husbandry and science of this species.
At the end of each seminar there will be question time on the topics followed by an open forum where you can ask various experts, including Dr Robert Zammit and others any questions that they may help you with or they may need to research before the next seminar.
The next seminar, in February, covers "Part 2- Rearing Puppies for Behavioural Brilliance", presented by Dr Le Hammer, AND the second lecture will be "Gastric Tympany and Volvulus" presented by Dr Luke Smith.
Tuesday, 20th February, 2018
The Bill Spilstead Canine Complex
44 Luddenham Road, Orchard Hills
The lecture will commence at 7.00pm.
To RSVP for the February seminar please email Brooke at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 96271257 (Bus. Hours).
A further seminar has now been booked for Thursday April 18. The Topic will be:'The sense and nonsense of cardiac health screening in breeding dogs.' Lecturer will be from Sydney University, Prof. Niek Beijerink DVM PhD Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology).
*Read about the breakthrough cardiac surgery being performed with Prof. Niek Beijerink at Sydney University, in an article featured in DOGS NSW February magazine.
* New seminar dates for 2018 are being planned at present and we will inform you when dates are confirmed.