The 2017 Delta Institute Dog Behaviour Conference will be held in at the Sydney Masonic Centre on 7, 8 & 9 April 2017.
This conference brings together local and international animal behaviourists, trainers, researchers and authors, including Dr Alexandra Horowitz; world renowned researcher and author of the New York Times best seller ‘Inside of a Dog’ and her new book ‘Being a Dog’.
The Conference Consists of Two Programs:
Friday evening program: 'From a Dog's Point of Nose' with Dr Alexandra Horowitz - understanding and appreciating the dog's point of view.
Who should attend? Dog owners and anyone interested in the latest research on dog behaviour and perception.
Two day weekend program (Saturday & Sunday): Hosted by comedian Kitty Flanagan and featuring Alexandra, as well as intensive presentations, interactive discussions and special guest speakers, this is not to be missed. For the full agenda please click HERE.
Who should attend? This program is intended for dog trainers, pet industry professionals, local and state government bodies and anyone interested in a deeper understanding of the latest research into dog behaviour, training and the importance to society of the human-animal bond.
Alexandra Horowitz is the author of the bestselling Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know and On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation. She teaches psychology, animal behavior, and canine cognition at Barnard College, Columbia University.
Delta Institute is happy to announce that the 2017 Delta Institute Dog
Behaviour two day Conference is VetEd and Delta Institute approved.
you are an AVA member this event* is eligible for 10.5 VetEd points. If you wish to collect the VetEd points, please
ensure you select the Two Day Conference ticket when registering for
this event, you will then be asked to enter your AVA member number.
A total of 20 accreditation points* are available for Delta Institute approved activities.
you are a Delta Institute member and purchase a ticket to the two day conference you automatically will receive 20 accreditation points.
*Only the Two Day Conference (Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 April 2017) sessions are eligible for the accreditation points.
Saturday April 8 – Sunday April 9 2017
2017 Delta Institute Dog Behaviour Conference
Saturday: 8:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday: 8:30am – 4:00pm
SMC Conference & Function Centre66 Goulburn StreetSydney, New South Wales 2000Australia
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