Global attendance at PDTE conference


The Pet Dog Trainers of Europe (PDTE) Annual Conference and AGM (23-25 September) held at Redworth Hall Hotel, County Durham in the UK was declared a huge success with over 150 delegates in attendance.

Karen Webb, PDTE Board Member, who organised the conference, said the event attracted delegates from 21 countries around the world including Australia, Canada, Europe, the USA and Hong Kong. This is the first occasion that the PDTE Conference has been held in England.

Karen said: “The event has taken over 18 months to organise and has been hailed a huge success by delegates as well as speakers. I would like to thank all our sponsors for their generous support in helping make the three-day conference such an immense success. Dog professionals attended the event in order to take on board expert guidance from world renowned authorities on subjects such as nosework, puppy classes, growing up, rescue centres, street dogs, identifying pain through behaviour, veterinarian advice and so much more.

This has been an amazing conference. The quality of speakers at the event is unsurpassed in terms of knowledge and experience. Redworth Hall has proven to be a first-class venue in which to host an international conference of this standing. Finally, I’d like to thank all our sponsors, volunteers, speakers and delegates for making the event such great occasion.”

To see more on each of the speakers at the event please go to www.pdteagm2017.com. The next PDTE Annual Conference and AGM will be held in 2018 in Vienna, Austria. More details coming soon!



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