Spring Conference Superhero Session: “Fear Free for Shelters” with Dr. Marty Becker

Have you registered for the Virtual Spring Conference yet? Registration opened last week, and we cannot be more excited about this chance to connect with you, deepen our existing skills and develop new ones. That includes an incredible opportunity with Marty Becker, DVM, who’ll guide us on a deep dive into Fear Free the unparalleled initiative that addresses the emotional wellbeing, enrichment, and the reduction of fear, anxiety, and stress in pets. We checked in with Dr. Becker, who will be delivering the keynote address on June 17. Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect at “Fear Free Helps Animals, But What’s in it for Shelters?

Number One Reason You Should Attend This Session

That’s easy—and extremely powerful. “To learn how to ‘do well, by doing good,’” promises Dr. Becker. “Practice like you always dreamed of.”

Juicy and Important Things You Will Learn

Here’s the list from Dr Becker:
* How to practice better medicine
* How to reduce injuries
* How to attract and retain employees
* How to make more money 
* How to have more fun

Superhero Skills You Will Gain During This Session

“Attendees will go back to their much younger selves,” says Dr. Becker, “when we all thought we had superpowers and could make dreams come true.”

Why This Session Is Relevant To Our World Right Now

“The material I present is even more important now,” explains Dr. Becker. “Fear Free focuses on the emotional wellbeing of pets, people, practitioners, the practice team, and the profession. We don’t want emotional wellbeing, we NEED it.”

Register & Learn More

Watch a personal invitation from Dr. Becker.

Conference Brochure (.pdf)
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