Dr Kate celebrates the importance of pets at 2014 Perth Pet Expo

11.10.14

Dr Kate Ambassado Perth Pet Expo 2014 understanding problem dog and cat behaviourGetting excited about 2014 Perth Pet Expo! It’s a great opportunity to promote how much companion animals can add to our lives. As I told The West in the news article I’m going to present information on the importance of ‘Brain Fitness’ in dogs and cats and give some practical advice on tips of how to better understand their behaviour and how to improve it. The event will be held over two days at the Perth Convention Centre on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 December 2014. Event organisers are Momentum Forum Events who host some of Perth’s most memorable events. The value of pets in people’s lives and the joy they bring is what 2014 Perth Pet Expo is all about. How to understand them better is where I come in to the picture and I can’t wait to share some of what I know!

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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