Sponsored Industry Breakfasts

Start your day with one of our popular sponsored breakfast sessions

free to registered delegates and catering is provided

 

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Numbers are strictly limited and must be booked when you register.

 

Monday 6 May 2019

Royal Canin Breakfast
6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Bellevue Ballroom 2

Understanding the Canine Brain with Dr Nicole Lobry de Bruyn, BSc BVMS MANZCVS (Feline medicine and Animal behaviour)

Delve a little deeper than what you learnt at vet school to develop an understanding of canine behaviour problems through a deeper knowledge of the canine brain. Recent advances in neuroscience has allowed us to discover many exciting things about how mammalian brains work and use this knowledge to improve the emotional lives of the pets we treat".

About Dr Nicole Lobry de Bruyn

  • Graduated Murdoch University BVMS 1987
  • Over twenty five years in small animal practice
  • Membership in Animal Behaviour ANZCVS 2015
  • Animal Sense consultancy @ The Animal Hospital, Murdoch University since 2016
  • Teaching Animal Behaviour to Murdoch Veterinary students, Years 2,3,4,5

Tuesday 7 May 2019

Hill's Pet Nutrition  Breakfast
Tuesday 7 May 2019, 6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | 
Bellevue Ballroom 2

Latest updates in the multimodal approach to managing canine atopic dermatitis

Dr Meng Siak
BVMS MANZCVS (Canine Medicine) FANZCVS (Veterinary Dermatology)
Registered Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology

 

Australian Christian Veterinary Fellowship (ACVF) Breakfast

Tuesday 7 May 2019, 6.45am – 8.00am | Bellevue Lounge, PCEC

Kindly supported by Bloodline Equipment

Wisdom for life


Wednesday 8 May 2019

Zoetis Breakfast
Wednesday 8 May 2019, 6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Bellevue Ballroom 2

The Diagnostic Approach to Pruritic Dermatitis in Dogs

Specialist  Dermatologists, Dr Fiona Scholz and Dr Dani Hoolahan, will guide us through the diagnostic approach to pruritus in dogs. This presentation will include a demonstration of the collection and interpretation of cytology, and the importance of cytology in dermatology practice.


Thursday 9 May 2019

Greencross Vets Breakfast
Thursday 9 May 2019, 6.45am for 7.00am-7.50am | Bellevue Ballroom 2

Greencross Vets

Creating Stress Free Clinics

Every day we see patients that are stressed, fearful and painful.  Moreover, everyday we are seeing fewer patients due to client concerns over how their pet behaves at the Vet clinic, due to stress, fear and anxiety.

Both the clinical environment and how we interact with and handle patients can increase or reduce this stress, fear and anxiety.  

This session will cover how you can make small changes to the clinical environment and your handling techniques to improve the wellbeing of your patients, reduce the incidence of team member injury and create a stress free experience.

 

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