How will pets manage when COVID-19 restrictions are eased and owners return to work?

June 4, 2020 19:00 (AEST)

Hosted by Terrapinn 

COVID-19 has required that we all adapt to living differently. Owners have spent substantially more time at home with their families and pets. When families return to work or school and lifestyles change again, the impacts on pets will be substantial. It’s vitally important that veterinary staff are aware of potential behavioural issues, are discussing and educating clients on identifying problems, and are able to diagnose, treat and manage these patients appropriately.

Join this interactive webinar where you will:

  • Gain insight into the awareness of potential animal behavioural issues 
  • Learn about the challenges of behavioural issues 
  • Understand the different types of behavioural problems and how they can be successfully dealt with
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Dr Bronwen Bollaert Director @Healthy Pet Behaviour Services

Dr Bronwen Bollaert (BVSc, MSc, MANZCVS) completed her undergraduate training at Onderstepoort in South Africa. She worked in small animal private practice, welfare, research, zoo and wildlife medicine before focusing on veterinary behaviour medicine. She completed a Master of Veterinary Science Degree by dissertation and is a Member of the Veterinary Behaviour Chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Science. She owns and runs Healthy Pet Behaviour Services, providing behavioural medicine services to the Greater Brisbane area, and Healthy Pet Mobile Vet, a house call practice servicing pets in Brisbane’s Northern Suburbs.

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Dr Tracey Anderson Director @Australian Veterinary Behaviour Services

Tracey is a senior veterinarian and graduated from Murdoch University in 2000. Tracey worked at Willunga Veterinary Services as a mixed practice veterinarian. In 2005, Tracey worked in the UK as a vet in both small and mixed practice for 9 months. Tracey then returned to work at Willunga Veterinary Services until she co-founded Australian Veterinary Behaviour Services. Tracey designed and started the puppy preschool classes in 2001 at Willunga Veterinary Services. In 2004 Tracey completed a post graduate course in animal behaviour at Sydney University. Since 2004 Tracey has been offering behaviour consultations. In 2008 Tracey became a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Behaviour by examination. AVBS is a behaviour only clinic based in McLaren Vale where Tracey consults full time, in addition to consulting at AVSARC at Norwood. Tracey is very passionate about animal behaviour and loves to see her patients and clients welfare improve.

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