Neutering in the dog.
A medical and behavioural look at the effects
of neutering in the dog
- What are the reproductive hormones of male and female dogs and how do they influence health and behaviour?
- How are health problems prevented or contributed to by neutering?
- How are behaviour problems prevented or contributed to by neutering?
- What is the neutering process for males and females? What alternative options do we have?
- What learning can occur at the vet clinic that may affect the dog’s long term behaviour and what can we do about that?
- What other factors should we consider when planning a neutering procedure?
- If a dog has been neutered and now has developed undesired behaviours, can we correct that?
- Time: Wednesday 21st of July, 16:00-19:00 Polish time, CET (GMT+1). There will be a short break in the middle.
- Price: 38 EUR for a live event + recordings or 33 EUR for recordings only (prices already include 2 EUR PayPal processing fee). For PayPal payment use email@example.com.
- Platform: a webinar room protected with a unique token/password for each participant.
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- Oral presentation: in English, with a separate channel dedicated for Polish interpretation.
- Slides: the slides presented during the webinar will be in Polish. However you will receive an English version of the presentation in PDF before the event.
- Recordings: the event recordings will be available for all payed participants for 72 hours through a private Facebook group.
- Certificate of attendance: will be issued as PDF, either in English or Polish.
- There will not be the possibility to pay for the recordings after the live event.
- Spaces for the live event are limited.
- To book your place please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
DR. AMBER BATSON
Dr Amber Batson qualified as a vet from the Royal Veterinary College in 1999 and started studying animal behaviour almost immediately.
Today, Amber works in private veterinary practice including undertaking private behaviour consultations, but also spending a lot of time teaching animal behaviour and welfare to vets, trainers and animal owners both in the UK and worldwide.
Amber also works frequently as a legal expert witness advising on cases of animal suffering and where behaviour or training issues are a concern.
Amber strongly believes that animal welfare can be greatly improved by quality education – both in understanding the causes of issues but also how we can practically improve things for the animals and their owners/ carers.