Royal Canin has announced plans for the latest in its annual series of Nutritional Roadshows, which will take place at all nine vet schools across the UK and Ireland.
This year's event has the subheading "Under the Influence of … Food!" and will run from October 10th to November 15th. Behavioural medicine specialist Sarah Heath has agreed to take part as a presenter.
“Royal Canin has announced plans for its annual Nutritional Roadshow, which will be held from October 10th to November 15th this year.“
Attendees will be able to take part in interactive lectures exploring the role of food in the initiation, management and resolution of unwanted behaviours in cats and dogs, offering advice on how to manage patients and advise clients facing troublesome scenarios.
The series commences with an event at the University of Cambridge on October 10th, with further dates in Hawkshead, Surrey, Nottingham and Liverpool later this month.
This will be followed by dates in Dublin, Edinburgh and Glasgow in November, with a final stop at the University of Bristol on November 15th.
Lee Danks, scientific affairs manager for Royal Canin, said: "No matter where they're studying, every vet student (and student veterinary nurses on the same campus) can learn a lot more about how and what we feed our pets can influence their behaviour."
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