Dr Kate talks Perth Pet Expo on 96FM’s Talking Animals

Things are in overdrive the inaugural 2014 Perth Pet Expo on this weekend 6-7 December at the Perth Convention Centre. As Ambassador I am really looking forward giving my Brain Fitness talks aimed at giving techniques and helping people understand how important it this for companion animals, and indeed ourselves.

It’s going to be a lot of fun and Carmen from 96FM’s Breakfast Crew will be there too judging the dog shows amongst other things. She’s has asked for my backup with the bigger breeds – and I’ll be there to hold her hand if she needs me – I’m sure she’ll be fine – but if it was with cats, not so much!

The Pet Expo will feature cat shows by Ancats, German Shepherd Dog Association demonstrations, a Snake Whisperer, Old McDonald’s Farm, Birds of Prey displays and exhibits from Cat Haven, Ocean Reef Marine aquariums and much much more – it’s going to be a great family day out so head to the Perth Convention Centre and look me up! Tickets are available from Eventbrite.

I also shared with Blackers, Carmen and Fitzi and the good people of Perth the wonderful story about Hen Power and the UK ‘hensioners’, that I wrote about last week in this blog who have been given a new lease on life through this great initiative.

Judging WA’s cutest pet tomorrow at The West Australian – that’s going to be a tough gig I am sure – I expect to be spoilt for choice well and truly. Watch this space for details of the adorable winners!

About Dr Kate

Perth vet and proprietor of Kalmpets Animal Behaviour Centre and Dog Day Care, Dr Kate Lindsey completed a first class honours degree in zoology and neuroscience at UWA, followed by a veterinary degree with first class honours, at Murdoch. Since graduating in 2005, Dr Kate has worked as a vet in small animal practices around Perth. As her zoological roots show, she has always had an interest in animal behaviour. Dr Kate successfully completed a post-graduate program in veterinary behaviour medicine and was admitted as a member of The Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists by examination in Animal Behaviour in 2012. She is a qualified veterinarian behaviourist. Dr Kate established Kalmpets in 2012, Western Australia’s only sole focus mobile vet behaviour practice that delivered comprehensive solutions to improve behaviour problems in dogs, cats and pets.

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