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On Wednesday the 5th of December we have a treat for all our loyal customers. We
will be bringing you a Webinar, hosted by Dr Rob Jones.

THIS IS FREE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS! But if you have never bought from us before, and would still like to join in and enjoy the information provided we are charging a $2.00 administration fee.
Otherwise click on the following link to register for free

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/843127054

Those who don't know Dr Rob. He is Australia's only Full Time Aquarium Vet, and cares for the aquatic life at Seaworld, Melbourne Aquarium, and large Aquarium wholesales like Aquarium Industries, plus we have now teamed up with him, to help educate all those fish enthusiasts who would like to know a little more about our Aquatic Friends. The Title of this Webinar is
Gills - The Powerhouse of Fish

We will probably do more of these if they are popular but we thought of all places to start The Gills would be quite an interesting one.


In this Webinar we will examine the gills of fish; how, and why fish breathe underwater, and what amazing organs the gills really are!
This Webinar is designed for everyone, from the novice fish keeper right up to those who love there biology.

We are limited in numbers so early registrations are essential.


BIOGRAPHY

Dr Rob Jones (‘The Aquarium Vet’)
B.V.Sc. (Hons), MACVSc. (Aquatic Animal Health), M.Aquaculture
At the age of twelve I decided that I wanted to work with animals and become a Vet. And so I graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) from Melbourne University in 1977. I started work as a Vet in Melbourne and later in a country practice before returning to Melbourne in 1979 to the Dandenong Veterinary Hospital. I sold the Hospital in the middle of 2009 as my aquarium work was becoming busier.
Having always had an interest in fish, I decided to follow it as a career by commencing in 1999 a part-time Masters qualification in Aquaculture at Deakin University, Warrnambool. I finally completed it in 2004. In March 2003 I attended the Advanced Fish Medicine course at the University of Florida, USA. In June / July 2008 I sat and passed the examinations for Aquatic Animal Health for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists (at this stage the highest level of specialized examinations for fish anywhere in the world). I am also an AQIS-accredited veterinarian for the preparation and inspection of companion animals for export.
I commenced with the Melbourne Aquarium in September 1999 as their Veterinarian. I now spend many hours working with fish and sharks and are one of the few veterinarians in the world who regularly performs ultrasound examinations on sharks. I was a key member of the team that performed the first Artificial Insemination in a shark in the world in July 2005. I have also been involved in the air transport of sharks to Japan and maintain regular contact with veterinarians at other aquaria around the world, including visits and providing advice.
Since 2008, I have also been the consultant veterinarian to Aquarium Industries. I visit Aquarium Industries on a weekly basis and am responsible for maintaining the health of the fish as well as researching new treatment regimes. I am Australia’s only full-time aquarium vet and service an increasing number of other clients.

I have also released an on-line course for people working in the aquarium industry as for some time I have realized that there is a difficulty in obtaining good educational material.
For more information about myslf and the course please visit my website at www.theaquariumvet.com.au

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