About This Conference
4 - 5 October 2022 | 09:00 - 17:30
The annual ADCH Conference is the UK’s largest animal welfare event, in previous years it has attracted over 500 attendees each day.
Every year, the Conference brings together multiple stakeholder groups to share best practice in animal care, welfare, veterinary advances, new technologies, latest techniques, science and research findings, the latest in behaviour and training, as well as regulatory and legislative issues facing the industry. There is always an excellent mix of trade and industry specialists including insurers, pet food manufacturers, nutritionists, scientists, suppliers, contractors and sector specialists.
Andrew Wilkinson, Partner and Head of Contentious Probate will discuss resolving legacy disputes in a breakout session alongside Samantha Jackson from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home at The Vox Conference Venue.
Please note that registrations will be made via the ADCH website.
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