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Dog Behaviour Seminar

October 2018

Veterinarian, author and animal behaviour and welfare specialist, Professor Kevin Stafford of Massey University, is presenting a seminar on behaviour issues of the juvenile dog on Thursday, November 8 at the Southern Institute of Technology (SIT).

Internationally recognised as one of New Zealand’s leading authorities on canine behaviour, Professor Stafford’s seminars are reknown for being as entertaining as they are informative and enlightening.

Students from SIT’s School of Veterinary Nursing will be hosting Professor Stafford as part of their interest in ongoing pet wellness and cementing the human/animal bond.

As part of the evening, there will also be a presentation from Disaster Response Dogs and Animal Evacation.

Numbers are strictly limited, with registrations required to ensure a place at the seminar.

For more information, phone 0800 40 FEES ext 8716 or

When: Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 6.30pm

Where: Southern Institute of Technology, Tay St Campus.

Entry: Free

Registrations: Phone 0800 40 FEES ext 8716 or email


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