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Dr. Brenda N. Bonnett

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Dr. Brenda N. Bonnett
After several years in practice and many years as a tenured Associate Professor at the Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, Brenda is now a Consulting Epidemiologist and Veterinary Science Officer of the non-profit International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD).

Academic achievements include over 87 peer reviewed publications and 5 book chapters across many disciplines and fields including clinical epidemiology, theriogenology, human-animal interactions, veterinary education, and communication, as well as population-based research using secondary data sources, most notably a large companion animal veterinary insurance database in Sweden on dogs, cats and horses and a recent chapter on international issues of brachycephalic dogs. Brenda supervised 12 doctoral and 10 master students in several countries and has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

She also provides consultation on numerous welfare initiatives including pet over-population, work with cat and dog shelters, welfare, and regulatory organizations. Facilitated workshop on accessible veterinary care.

Brenda initiated the IPFD as a multi-stakeholder, collaborative organization to enhance the health, well-being and welfare of dogs, and support human-dog interactions. IPFD is facilitating international dialogue and actions to address ongoing and emerging issues relative to extreme conformation in dogs, among other challenges.