Author Archive: Ian J Seath

The why and how of Breed-specific Health Strategies – “Best of Health” June 2019

When I spoke at the 3rd International Dog Health Workshop in Paris in 2017, I started by saying that breed health improvement is not a conformation problem, a genetics problem, or a veterinary problem. It’s a change management and a continuous improvement problem. For IDHW4 held in the UK recently, I said the challenge is …

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My presentation to the 4th International Dog Health Workshop (IDHW4)

[You can view my slides here] When I spoke at IDHW3 in Paris, I started by saying that breed health improvement is not a conformation problem, a genetics problem, or a veterinary problem. It’s a change management and a continuous improvement problem. For IDHW4, I said the challenge is not “are you improving?” but (a) …

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My report on the 4th International Dog Health Workshop for Our Dogs 7th June 2019

The 4th International Dog Health Workshop, co-hosted by the Kennel Club and International Partnership for Dogs took place from 30th May to 1st June in Windsor. Around 130 delegates from 17 countries participated in this unique collaboration of Kennel Clubs, vets, geneticists, researchers, campaigners, trade representatives and, of course, dog owners and breeders. Royal Canin …

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Presentation at the 4th International Dog Health Workshop – Windsor 2019

My slide presentation is available online, here: Breed specific health strategies from Dog-ED

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Tackling inherited orthopaedic problems in dogs – Symposium 6th October 2019

To book a place, contact carol.fowler@dogbreeding reformgroup.uk

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