Dr Sue will debunk some common myths about feeding your furry friends: Are grain-free or grain based dry diets best for your pet? Will changing your pet’s food make them sick? •Is it dangerous to feed your pet “people food”? Learn easy, holistic, functional ways to feed your pet to increase their interest in their meals, help their tummies feel better, improve their skin and give them their groove back.
Dr. Sue Howell received her DVM from Washington State University in 1997. She became interested in the power of whole foods when she saw how feeding even a small amount of real foods to a pet could help their body heal. She is certificated in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine acupuncture and food therapy from the Chi Institute of Chinese Veterinary Medicine, and is a graduate of the Advanced Clinical Training Program in Nutrition Response Testing from Ulan Nutritional Systems. In December of 1997 she opened Thrive Wholistic Veterinary Care, a practice dedicated to changing lives, one pet at a time, through nutrition, whole food therapy and acupuncture.
This meeting will take place via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 856 8527 3085
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The Holistic Moms Network is a national 501(c) non-profit focusing on healthy lifestyles and green living. The Ozaukee County chapter typically meets the second Tuesday evening of every month at Lakeside Music & Naturals in downtown Port Washington.
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