The Holistic Pet: How to Unleash Your Pet’s Inner Healer to Address Common Issues Safely & Naturally
65 Halstead St
Clinton, NJ 08809
JOIN US AT OUR FREE LIVE TALK on January 25, 2018, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
North County Branch Library
65 Halstead Street, Clinton, NJ 08809
RSVP: Registration Required
Call 908-730-6135 or visit: www.hclibrary.us (visit calendar of events)
Do you have a scaredy cat or terrified terrier that freaks out at thunderstorms, when it meets new people, or who can’t travel well due to car sickness? Do you struggle with animals that are sometimes aggressive or bullying? Do you wish you knew how your pet felt about it’s new food or bringing a new animal into the family?
These are just some of the common issues pet owners face everyday. There are many ways to address them through holistic approaches that work naturally and safely with your pet’s immune and other body systems, it’s emotions and bio-energy field. This talk is for the pet owner that wants to use alternative and complementary medicine along side traditional veterinary care.
Sue Ann Seccia- Harnden, RMT, and Virangini Cindy Rounsaville, C.Hom., are taking an integrative approach to supporting pet parents who want to treat their animals using holistic therapies. In this educational presentation, they will discuss case studies on working with cats, dogs, horses, and other companion animals, as well as wild animals using these approaches. There will be plenty of time for questions. Due to the popularity of the programs at the HC Library, please be sure to register and reserve your seat ahead of time.