The CARES Seminar is intended for dog owners and trainers involved in working and sporting events, as well as veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
Our goal is to provide high quality, cutting edge information that can help you improve the quality of life for all dogs, with an emphasis on working and sporting dogs. Participants will learn about trigger points and their treatment, sports massage for canine athletes, strengthening of specific muscle groups, nutrition (including how to read food labels), and hip dysplasia. The sporting and working events will focus on field trial and search and rescue. An overview of field trial competition and canine search and rescue training will be presented with relevant rules and regulations, training/conditioning for an event, and competition tips. We will also look at factors affecting performance, preparing for performance, and known injuries/conditions that result in withdrawing from a competition.
Live demonstrations will follow lectures, along with a question and answer session.
We have an excellent lineup of speakers and you won't want to miss this exciting opportunity to gain that competitive edge and improve the lives of these very special athletes! In addition, all the proceeds from this event go toward research in our Veterinary Orthopedic Laboratory to help enhance the lives of sporting and working dogs.
|Instructor(s)||Alex Washburn, Darryl Millis, Dawn Hickey, Jeffery Biskup, Lt. Arthur E. Wolff, Marti Drum, Maryanne Murphy|
Computer, laptop, or other internet-enabled device
Bandwidth Requirement: You need at least 600 kbps internet connection to view the webinar. Higher connection speeds will enjoy better video quality. Test your connect speed at Fast.com
Web Telecast December 2-3 or On Demand
Day 1 Class: 2:00pm - 5:30pm and 6:00pm - 9:00pm - Silent Auction (Auctioned items to be posted as soon as confirmed)
Day 2 Class: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday, December 2, 2017
Sunday, December 3, 2017
Hours: 11 (RACE approval for DVMs & Vet Techs only)
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