Discover cutting edge research in Companion Animal Behaviour
Join us for a two-day weekend seminar where you can discover how up to date, cutting edge research can help in the investigation of unwanted behaviour in companion animals and the design of practical treatment plans.
Seminar title: Current Research in Companion Animal Behaviour
Date & time: 14th and 15th September 2013, 9:30am-5pm
Location: University of Lincoln, Riseholme, LN2 2LG
Price: £75 per day or £120 for two days, including refreshments and lunch.
The seminar has been specifically designed for you to find out how up-to-date, cutting-edge research can help in the investigation of unwanted behaviour in companion animals and how evidence-based science can be used in the design of practical treatment plans.
Talks and topics include –
- The Inference of Emotion in Clinical Animal Behaviour by Professor Daniel Mills
- Life Skills and Self Control by Helen Zulch
- Impulsivity by Dr Hannah Wright
- Medical Behavioural Links by Professor Daniel Mills and Helen Zulch
- Breed Stereotyping by Tracey Clark
- Cats and the Law by Diane Ryland
- Assessing Sociability in Cats by Lauren Finka
- Cats and Vocalisations by Dr Oliver Burman and Dr Sarah Ellis
- Perceptions and Attitudes about Wandering Cats by Naima Kasbaoui
- Emotional Welfare: Helping cats feel more in control in stressful environments by Lauren Finka
Further details about this event can be found at the following link –