Seeing eye dogs symposium speakers announced

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Vision Australia staff with seeing eye dog, Wesley.

Saturday 28 April was World Veterinary Day and to celebrate, Vision Australia announced who will be speaking at this year’s Seeing Eye Dogs Veterinary Symposium (11 &12 September).

With the support of Royal Canin and Greencross Limited, Vision Australia is hosting an international Seeing Eye Dogs Veterinary Symposium at their state-of-the-art National Training Facility in Melbourne. The SED Veterinary Symposium was covered previously in Veterinary News.

The event has already attracted a number of delegates from both overseas and at home, and features a stellar line-up of speakers presenting on a wide range of topics including:

  • Professor Claire Wade—Genetics for service dog programs
  • Dr Richard Woolley—Cardiac valve disease in retrievers
  • Dr Sam Snelling—Elbow dysplasia
  • Dr Greg Burton—Dermatology topics for retrievers
  • Dr Steven Holloway—Infectious disease in kennel environments
  • Dr Trepheena Hunter—Detecting and managing kennel stress

For more information, to register and get ‘early bird’ rates, visit the symposium website.

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