Future Vet Kids Camp is back for the April 2022 school holidays following asell-out January 2022 camp in Sydney.
The veterinary-inspired program is designed and run by twin veterinarians DrsAudrey and Alison Shen from Bondi Vet TV show and Aussie Mobile Vet. It catersto kids aged nine to 16 years and encourages responsible pet ownership, theprofession of veterinary medicine and surgery, and a love and appreciation ofall animals and their habitats.
Registrations are open now for the April 2022 camp, which will be held atWaverley College in Waverley, NSW from 19-23 April. A Virtual Online VET Campwill also run from 9-23 April with the ability for kids to join the classroomvirtually (during the face-to-face camp dates) and participate with questionsin real time.
Campers will learn about the world of veterinary science and the differentprofessions working with animals.
Included in the program is pet CPR, ultrasound, baking pet treats, exoticpets, genetic diseases, veterinary acupuncture, analysing blood laboratoryresults, suture workshops, animal rescue, wildlife conservation and much more.
Students will also meet rescue dogs, handle rescue kittens and reptiles, andvisit state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals for a behind-the-scenesexperience.
Dr Alison Shen, said the presenters and excursions organised are outstanding,including vet hospital visits, zoo visits and surgery specialist talks to dogtraining demonstrations, animal behaviour and more.
“The older kids learn how to work through real life cases, interpret bloodwork and imaging and even draw blood from model pet arms and observe real lifesurgery.”
Future Vet Kids Camp has also announced the 2022 PetSure Scholarship for atotal of 12 deserving participants – 10 to attend the face-to-face camp and 2to attend the Virtual Online program. Deadline for entries is 4 April.
For more information about the scholarship, selection criteria and how toapply, please visit the Future Vet Kids Camp website.
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