Tuesday, Dec. 10, Lunch — “Herding Cats: China’s Changing Pet Business and Care Landscape”- Dr. Tony Beck and Lee-Anne Armstrong

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Date(s) - Tuesday, December 10 2013
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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The Apartment

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Herding Cats: China’s Changing Pet Business and Care Landscape

 Dr. Tony Beck and Lee-Anne Armstrong

Gandhi said the greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated. In China, the evolution of how animals are treated has been profound in the last decade.  Rising incomes, one-child homes, an increasing number of empty nesters, and changing attitudes to domestic pets have created a booming pet business. Consider that a pure bred Red Tibetan Mastiff sold for $1.5 million to a coal baron in North China in 2011. Panelists will discuss the evolution of the pet industry in China, recent trends, risks and future opportunities.

 

Venue: The Apartment

47 Yongfu Lu, near Fuxing Xi Lu  3rd Floor

永福路47号3楼, 近复兴西路

Time: Tuesday, December 10th, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Doors open at 12:00. Event starts at 12:30 p.m.

Admission: Members: 100 RMB; Non-members: 150 RMB

 

 

About the speakers:  

 

Dr. Tony Beck is a partner with Doctors Beck & Stone, the first international pet hospital group in China. He has studied and practiced veterinary medicine for the past 23 years, and is a member of The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Beck graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 1998.  He has served at a neuter clinic in Thailand, a bear station in Chengdu, a malaria screening post in Guyana, Africa, and a rhino game conservation project in Namibia.  Click here for more information:

http://www.doctorsbeckandstone.com/index.php/about

 

Lee-Anne Armstrong is the executive director of Second Chance Animal Aid (SCAA) Shanghai, which is “committed to protecting and improving the health and welfare of companion animals through education, health care, advocacy, outreach, adoption and the promotion of foster care as an alternative approach to traditional shelters.”  More than 800 pets have adopted humans through SCAA.

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