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Conference Dog food and health

Within the cycle of conferences within the Program for Animals at the Service of Humanity, framed in the Vice-rectorate for Development Cooperation, Volunteering and Institutional Relations of the Rey Juan Carlos University. We present the 4th conference with the title: FOOD AND CANINE HEALTH ASPECTS. In which the protagonist returns to be the animal welfare and the importance of a consistent care towards the animals that accompany us in our day to day, and every day more, in our moments of practicing sport.

In this conference, we will have the pleasure of having Judith Queraltó, graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Specialized in Bromatologia (science that studies the food), is part of the technical department of Dingonatura from its beginning to the present. Thanks to his work experience, he presents his presentation “La alimentación, su mejor medicina”.

Subsequently, he will make the presentation; ” Consequences and risks of an unbalanced diet in the dog” by Teresa Marías Luca de Tena. She holds a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, a founding member of the Veterinary Clinic where she practices daily as a Veterinary Surgeon.

To close, David Herreros Sánchez; Canine educator and curator, internationally, Obedience and veterinary assistant specialized in Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy of small animals. With the paper “Rehabilitation and Canine Physiotherapy the great forgotten in the Sport Dog”. Making us aware of the need for a good recovery after an effort of the animals.

Speakers:

  1. Israel González García . Technical Director Program Animals at the Service of Humanity.
  2. Judith Queraltó.  He studied at the Autonomous University of Barcelona where he graduated in Veterinary Medicine. Specialized in Bromatologia (science that studies the food), is part of the technical department of Dingonatura from its beginning to the present.
  3. Teresa Marías Luca de Tena. Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Founding member of the Veterinarya Clinic! In c / Capellanía 25, Moralzarzal where he serves as a veterinarian and surgeon. Specialist in clinical ethology and animal behavior problems (Master in Clinical Ethology and Animal Welfare, Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) of the Interuniversity Doctorate Program “Animal and Human Behavior: an ethological perspective”, taught by the Faculties of Psychology and Biology of the Autonomous and Complutense Universities of Madrid. He is currently developing a research project on comparative behavior between dogs and wolves.
  4. David Herreros Sánchez. Canine Educator and international commissioner of Obedience. Veterinary Assistant specialized in Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy of small animals. Member of VEPRA. Experience in the dog world since 1993 where he started working as a veterinary assistant. In 1997 after completing the studies of Bachiller and COU, carries out the military service in the canine unit of the Navy. In 1999, he entered the permanent staff at the Escuela de Perros Guía de la Eleven, as a kennel keeper, to date. In 2008 she graduated in Veterinary Rehabilitation and in 2009 she joined the team in the rehabilitation team of Gemma del Pueyo (Los Madrazo / Vetsia) until October 2015. In 2011, she began teaching in Forvet, teaching theoretical classes Rehabilitation. He is a teacher in the dog trainer course of LealCan since 2013, giving classes on the physical management of the sport dog category. During these years it has continued to be formed, in canine education as well as veterinary nursing, attending numerous courses, seminars and congresses; Both nationally and internationally.

Currently, in addition to continuing to work at Once, he spends his time collaborating in the Madrid agility Indoor center as an OCI monitor, is a member of the IPO Juper club, carries out ambulatory rehabilitation in clinics and prepares, at a physical level, . Seminars and congresses; Both nationally and internationally. Currently, in addition to continuing to work at Once, he spends his time collaborating in the Madrid agility Indoor center as an OCI monitor, is a member of the IPO Juper club, carries out ambulatory rehabilitation in clinics and prepares, at a physical level, . Seminars and congresses; Both nationally and internationally.

Currently, in addition to continuing to work at Once, he spends his time collaborating in the Madrid agility Indoor center as an OCI monitor, is a member of the IPO Juper club, carries out ambulatory rehabilitation in clinics and prepares, at a physical level, .