Thursday, 11 March 2010

ADCH hosts 9th annual conference on Jersey

Calling all animal welfare professionals! What are you doing on the 21st and 22nd of April? Fancy a visit to Jersey? This year’s annual Association of Dogs and Cats Homes conference is being held at the Hotel de France, St Helier, Jersey on 21st and 22nd April 2010 and there is still time to register.

Delegates and experts from across the animal welfare industry will be in attendance with speakers including Caroline Kisko of The Kennel Club, Major Chris Ham of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps and Pet Behaviour Counsellor Vicky Halls. The conference will be opened and chaired by Dogs Trust’s own Clarissa Baldwin OBE and Nick Blampied, President of the Jersey SPCA.

This isn’t just about dogs, it’s for cats too and the programme has a wide range of topics and talks; from parasitic control in kennels and catteries, to behaviour modification of rescue animals.

Clarissa Baldwin, Dogs Trust CEO and Chairman of the ADCH, comments: “The ADCH annual conference is an excellent opportunity for animal industry experts and interested parties to hear from and confer with top UK experts. It also enables delegates to meet other personnel from all sectors of the animal rescue industry including veterinary services, environmental health and local authorities. As always, we look forward to seeing many familiar faces at the event and hope to welcome many new ones too.”

If you're interested, make sure to register soon or contact the ADCH for more details. Hope to see you there!

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