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Managing Your Dogs Arthritis Dunedin

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SPCA Dunedin Centre

1 Torridon Street

Dunedin, Otago 9010

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CAM director and founder, Hannah Capon MA Vet MB MRCV public talk for dog owners.

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Are you a proactive pet owner?

Has your canine companion recently been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease or dysplasia?

If so… do you currently feel like you have received sufficient information to make informed decisions regarding the interventions, treatment and management of your canine companion’s condition?

Would you like to learn more about optimising your gold standard approach to managing the condition you are faced with?

There are so many treatment options, many of which profess positive effects, in the absence of supporting evidence of effectiveness. Consequently this can result in confusion and poor decision making and a waste of resources, both financially and physically!

If you posses a universal desire to educate yourself on all of the evidence-based treatment options available for your loved one, then this one off event is for you!

If you would like an answer any of these questions we have posed, please consider signing up to our 3 hour owners workshop.

Hannah’s empathetic, empowering and motivational talks on how to manage canine arthritis are suitable for all dog owners and those involved in dog welfare and care.

CAM director and founder, Hannah Capon MA Vet MB MRCVS, has been a small animal vet for 15 years, and developed a passion in arthritis management 5 years ago.

Light refreshments provided.

Proudly sponsored and hosted by Aqua Paws Hydrotherapy to reduce the cost to you the owner. Small ticket price includes booking fee.

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SPCA Dunedin Centre

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