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Food for thought – your guide to pet nutrition (FREE Webinar)


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5th April, 2017
7-8pm (GMT)
Organised by: 
NAWT Trust
About the event: 

What we feed our animals is just as important as what we feed ourselves but understanding the nutritional needs of our pets can sometimes be a daunting task.

Come join National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) for a brand new webinar on Wednesday April 5 (7-8pm) for a fun discovery session on pet nutrition.

Register now for your complimentary place

We’re delighted to be joined by veterinary surgeon John Burns, BVMS MRCVS, founder and owner of Burns Pet Nutrition, who will be sharing his insights from his career as a vet and owner of a successful food company.


  • the principles of good pet nutrition
  • the rules of portion control
  • how much to feed your pet and how often
  • the growing problem of pet obesity

You will have the opportunity to put your questions to John as well as our host for the evening NAWT CEO Clare Williams.

Register now for the webinar 

Interested but can’t attend? Register anyway and we will send you a recording after the event.

If you’d like to know more about the webinar then please contact Stephanie Kaufman at the NAWT HQ – email or phone on 020 8950 0177 (selecting option 1).

More about our guest panelists

John Burns is a veterinary surgeon, qualified acupuncturist and business entrepreneur. John has spent over 20 years developing natural pet food recipes for dogs, cats and rabbits and is the owner and founder of Burns Pet Nutrition. When he’s not running one of the UK’s most successful pet food companies, John enjoys live music and cycling.

Clare Williams is responsible for overseeing all aspects of National Animal Welfare Trust’s rescue and rehoming work including its five rehoming centres in Berkshire, Cornwall, Essex, Hertfordshire and Somerset. In 2015 she was responsible for introducing the UK’s first Open Paw training scheme for dogs designed to improve the welfare of rescue dogs in the kennel environment. A similar scheme for cats started in January 2017. Visit