Free Nutritional Advice Sessions Taking Place At The KCAI Education Weekend

As part of the Kennel Club Accredited Instructor Scheme, PRO PLAN is offering  nutrition seminars free of charge for those who would like to attend the third annual KCAI education weekend 'Try Out, Take In and Teach' at the Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh Park on  Saturday 24thand Sunday 25thMay 2014.   

Whilst the event was previously open only to KCAI Scheme members, there is now the opportunity for all canine professionals to benefit from insightful seminars and comprehensive workshops covering dog behaviour and training, competitive activities, anatomy, first aid and much more. 

'Try Out, Take In and Teach' is organised by the KCAI Scheme and PRO PLAN, who have a passion for education and a mission to provide the very best in canine nutrition.  PRO PLAN are again working together with the KCAI Scheme to provide the very best advice and learning opportunities at the event. KCAI weekend tickets can be purchased for £80 per day, with PRO PLAN offering nutrition seminars within the event for those who would like to attend. These morning seminars will be three hours long and will be repeated on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th May 2014.

Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: "The nutrition seminars presented by PRO PLAN are unbiased and will look into the science of nutrition for various lifestyles, mobility and the canine athlete and the stages of your dog's life from puppyhood to senior years.  Previous PRO PLAN seminars have generated extremely positive comments for their in-depth content and impartial advice, and have been described as a benefit to canine professionals and pet owners alike."

To find out more about the event, please visit for more information on the full list of seminars available. To book a free nutrition lecture place or choose your unique programme of learning and buy a ticket for the education weekend, please contact the KCAI office on 0844 463 3980 ext. 321 or email

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