Introducing our newest webinar: “What to Feed Your Dog… and Why.”

Aside from a background in health, nutrition and overall wellness, I’ve spent years researching, exploring, testing and discovering what works and should be provided for a healthy canine body and a robust immune system. This goes against most everything we’re told through commercials and advertisements, and even those whose businesses thrive on our pets’ ill states of health (like with us humans). 

If you’re tired of wasting money on drugs and pills, “special diets”, vet bills, chemical topicals, etc. and seeing your dog uncomfortable, I encourage you to entertain a different perspective.

This 90 minute webinar was put together for anyone who has a dog with:

  • itchy and/or flaky skin,
  • nasty breath,
  • runny or soft stools,
  • who “makes” a lot of poop,
  • bad teeth,
  • a stinky and/or dull coat, or a coat that sheds a great deal,
  • hyperactivity,
  • constant infections of the ears, eyes, nose, etc.,
  • food or other types of allergies, joint issues or any other health
  • has a drug collection and a pill cabinet all of his/her own,
    always seems to be at the vet,

–and more.

Like with human nutrition, we’re constantly bombarded with mixed messages and information~ leaving us confused, bewildered and at a loss. This webinar was written to demystify “what to feed” and equip you with the knowledge and information as to WHY.

In my mind, our health and quality of life is absolutely priceless.

Join us, won’t you?

When: Wednesday, Dec. 14th at 7 p.m. EST
Where: Your Computer
Cost: $47

Link to Register:


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Can’t wait to see y’all there!


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