Introduction to Integrative Health for Canines Katie Kangas, DVM, CVA, CVCP DVMThis presentation will begin with defining integrative medicine and functional medicine, and how we can proactively support health and minimize disease.
I will then introduce numerous holistic modalities and discuss how and why they work for pets. Including nutrition/food therapy, acupuncture, herbal medicine, chiropractic, massage therapy, laser therapy, ozone therapy, homeopathy, essential oils, flower essences and aromatherapy. We will end with a few patient stories to exemplify how these modalities work in particular situations for health conditions in dogs.
Read the body, Read the mind, Improve the actions. Meg Harrison
Dogs are emotional storage units holding every experience and memory in their bodies and minds. When those memories result in conflicting or contrary behaviors – there are practices, procedures, and methods to help them release the past trauma, stress, possible confusion and immediately improve problematic behaviors, no matter how long ago these problems began - days, months, or years. When dogs do not “feel” safe in their existing environment; negative actions and re-actions may appear. Improving emotions and actions through plant-based solutions of Flower Essences, homeopathic remedies, and essential oils; the majority of the presenting behaviors quickly improve, no matter the situation.
Career Animals: A Rewarding and Valuable Addition to Your Business – Sherry Woodard CCPDT-KAAre you considering incorporating career animals to your business? This session will discuss what you should know when considering career animals as a positive addition.
We will discuss categories of career animals, (i.e. medical alert, emotional support, service dogs) selecting animals, working with clients, finding and working with support staff and other trainers; and supporting animals and clients after placement to set them up for success.
In navigating through the confusing misinformation that exists regarding career animals in general, we will also discuss the truth about some laws, registration, licensing and certifications. Practical issues such as providing harnesses, vests, signage will also be covered. Anyone who has an interest can be involved with working career animals.
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