Register for Jan 2021 camp now to avoid disappointment and tantrums!

PetSure Scholarship applications open, deadline Nov 30!

After a year of coping with the challenges of COVID19, animal loving kids canexpect to have a howling good time during the upcoming school holidays atFuture Vet Kids Camp, led by veterinarians Drs Audrey and Alison Shen from theBondi Vet: Coast to Coast TV show and Aussie Mobile Vet .

Designed and run by veterinarians, Future Vet Kids Camp is a veterinary-inspired 5-day school holiday program in Sydney that caters to kids aged 9 to16 years and encourages responsible pet ownership, the profession ofveterinary medicine and a love and appreciation of all animals and theirhabitats!

Dr Audrey said, “We wish we had a camp like this when we were young thatopened our eyes to different careers in veterinary medicine. It showcases allthe opportunities available as veterinarians and other wonderful professionsin the animal industry. Many campers return every year to learn more andprogress through the camp groups.”

Campers learn about different animal-related professions, genetic diseases,pet nutrition, exotic animals, surgery, animal rescue and wildlifeconservation. Plus, they visit state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals forexclusive behind-the-scenes experiences, and many other exciting excursions!

Dr Alison is also excited about the outstanding presenters involved – fromultrasound, surgical and reptile expert talks to grooming, animal rehab, dogtraining demonstrations, wildlife talks and much more!

“The Junior Vets will learn how to work through real life cases, interpretblood work and imaging, and learn how to draw blood and observe real lifesurgery!” she said. “Campers will even get to meet a marine biologist whoexamines whale snot!”

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During the year, the vet sisters have been heavily involved in the treatmentand rehabilitation of wildlife injured by the 2019-2020 summer bushfires andhope to bring the campers some insight into what they have learnt in thisarea.

“Whether or not the kids end up following the path to a career in veterinarymedicine, simply being around lots of different animals (from kittens tosnakes) and animal lovers from across the country have such a positive impacton them,” said Dr Alison.

The Jan 2021 camp is anticipated to fill up just as fast as the last summer,so register now !

PetSure Scholarship open now!

Future Vet Kids Camp is proud to announce the 2021 PetSure Scholarship for twodeserving participants. Deadline 30 Nov 2020. PetSure is Australia’s leadingprovider of pet health insurance products. For more information, selectioncriteria and how to apply, please visit the camp website here .

PetSure Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Dani Hoolahan said, “Over the past sevenyears, PetSure has proudly sponsored 12 incredible children to participate inthe fun and educational Future Vets Kids Camp program. We are thrilled tosupport the initiative again in 2021 and can’t wait to meet this year’spassionate pet loving kids as they start their journey to fulfilling theirdreams of working with animals.”

JANUARY 2021 REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
Wombats Week 1 & 2 SOLD OUT
Dates: Jan 4 – 8 and Jan 11 – 15, 2021
Location: Waverley College, Waverley NSW
Daily hours: 9am – 3:30pm
Cost: $595
_Deadline: 30 Dec 2020
_For more information and to register online, please visithttp://futurevetkidscamp.com
or phone 0435 267 252.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE here.

COVID SAFE REQUIREMENTS

Future Vet Kids Camp will be taking all the precautionary COVID safe measures,including hygiene measures, hand sanitisers, temperature checks, socialdistancing and asking all campers to not attend if they are unwell. We arealso aware that the situation is ever changing and will be following thecurrent government guidelines and recommendations at the time. For informationon COVID Safe Requirements to attend the camp, please visit our website.

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