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Free Webinars for Australian Pet Parents & Vets - June 2020


Free Webinars for Pet Parents & Vets

Pet Insurance Australia is proud to announce the PetSure Paws & Learn Webinar Series.

“This is a wonderful and free educational series for pet owners and vets,” Nadia Crighton from Pet Insurance Australia says. “Hosted by PetSure, it will offer a range of free and interactive webinars aimed to educate and promote good health in our pets.”

Alongside industry experts and leading veterinarians, Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Dani Hoolahan, will cover a range of topics from healthcare, behavioural issues, and common pet concerns. One series is specifically designed for pet parents, and there is another for veterinarians.

“Offering world-class content for free is very empowering to pet owners and vets,” Crighton says. “Education and knowledge are so important when considering our beloved companion animal’s health and wellbeing. With so much misleading and conflicting information easily accessible to concerned pet owners, these types of professional and trustworthy webinars can certainly help pet lovers make educated choices in concern to their pet’s care.”

To register for upcoming free webinars for pet parents, visit petsure.com.au/webinars

  • COVID-19 and pets: the facts | Wednesday 10 June, 7.30pm AEST
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the COVID-19 news and just want the facts for your furry family members, this session is for you. Join Dr. Michael Linton, a Specialist in Veterinary Internal Medicine as we discuss the facts on Coronaviruses in dogs and cats, SARS-CoV-2 developments in pets, and showcase how Veterinarians are helping keep pets and pet parents safe throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Setting up your new pet for success | Wednesday 17 June, 7.30pm AEST
Many people have acquired new pets while they have been at home during COVID-19. These pets, as well as those that have been part of our lives for much longer, have provided us with much comfort and companionship during these difficult and unprecedented times. But when we return to ‘the new normal’, how can we help our pets transition too? Veterinary Specialist of Behavioural Medicine, Dr. Kersti Seksel is here to help.

  • Helping pets avoid separation anxiety | Wednesday 24 June, 7.30pm AEST

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. 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.

  • Get the most from your pet insurance | Wednesday 1 July, 7.30pm AEST

Pets are an important part of our families, and the decision to insure them can help protect them from life’s little surprises. In this session Dr. Oliver Conradi, Veterinarian, and PetSure Customer Relations Manager will provide tips on how to get the most out of your pet insurance policy, including how to submit a claim, and how to check whether your pet’s treatment will be covered by your policy before treatment takes place for extra peace of mind.

With webinars addressing a variety of common conditions and questions, the PetSure Paws & Learn Webinar Series specifically targets what pet parents and veterinarians really want to know.

The first pet parent webinar COVID-19 and pets: the facts with Specialist in Veterinary Internal Medicine, Dr. Michael Linton, commences 7.30pm AEST Wednesday 10 June.

“This is a wonderful way to tap into some brilliant advice and knowledge from a range of industry experts and leading veterinarians,” Crighton says. “Trustworthy information from a reliable and factual source is paramount in this day and age. These webinars offer a fantastic source of information that have real-time effects on pet owners and vets. ”

For more information on the Paws & Learn Webinar Series, visit petsure.com.au/webinars


MEDIA RELEASE, 4th June 2020
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