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Helping pets avoid separation anxiety

Suitable for:
Pet owners
Wednesday, 24th June 2020
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm AEST

About the webinar

Pets with separation anxiety experience distress when they cannot be with their family. It is a medical problem that has several underlying factors, and is commonly experienced by many of our pets. The signs that pets exhibit may vary from being very severe to more mild signs that may be missed. This webinar with Veterinary Specialist of Behavioural Medicine, Dr Kersti Seksel will cover how to recognise separation anxiety and what can be done to help your pet cope better with separation.

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Dr Kersti Seksel

BVSc (Hons) MRCVS MA (Hons) FANZCVS DACVB DECAWBM FAVA
Dr Kersti Seksel is a Veterinary Specialist in Behavioural Medicine in the Australian, American and European Colleges and Adjunct Associate Professor at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga NSW. She is a Fear Free Certified Professional.
She is fascinated by animals and why they do what they do. She is passionate about helping people understand animals better so she can improve the lives of people and their pets.
Kersti pioneered Puppy Preschool® and Kitten Kindy® classes, teaches the distance education course in Behavioural Medicine for CVE (University of Sydney). She presents at conferences nationally and internationally, runs webinars, writes text book chapters, has written a book Training Your Cat, is a regular presenter on radio and TV and is a consultant on Veterinary Information Network (VIN).