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Paris in the Spring!

Brenda Bonnett

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I am in Paris working on arrangements for the IPFD 3rd International Dog Health Workshop, hosted by the French Kennel Club (SCC).  


The format will be similar to previous workshops:

from Friday evening until Sunday at noon


125-150 stakeholders representing all aspects of the global dog world - including decision-influencers from major kennel clubs, cynological organizations, breeders, judges, veterinarians, researchers, welfare groups and more -  will build collaborations, share information and outline actions to support dog health, well-being and welfare.



The venue is the Novotel Centre Tour Eiffel which is across the street from the Seine and beside a modern new shopping centre, Beaugrenelle.  The latter will be mainly for accompanying persons… delegates will be fully engaged ... or … maybe we should all plan to stay a few extra days to enjoy Paris in the Spring, 2017 !


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More information on the program and registration coming soon.












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