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Healthy Dog Conference 2017, Syria Virginia with special guests Sheila Hamilton Andrews, Jana Froeling, Monique Maniet, and Lise O’Neill

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Wendy Volhard's
Healthy Dog Conference
September 8-12, 2017
Syria, Virginia

With special guests
Sheila Hamilton Andrews, RN, MSc, CCAB
Jana Froeling, DVM, AVCA
Monique Maniet, DVM, CVA, CVH, CVTP, CVFT
Lise O’Neill, MA, LPC, Reiki Master/Teacher

Space is limited limited. Please make your conference and room reservations early.

Special early registration price ends July 31, 2017.

Healthy Dog Conference 2017, Syria  Virginia with special guests Sheila Hamilton Andrews, Jana Froeling, Monique Maniet, and Lise O’Neill

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Since 1990 Wendy has dedicated her time to improve not only dog’s health, longevity but also their performance abilities. Designed for trainers and conscientious dog owners, this three and a half day conference on holistic health, nutrition and behavior offers an in depth understanding of the various elements needed to develop the whole dog and optimize potential. Trainers who have previously taken this course have agreed that this is the piece that has been missing in setting up a successful program for their clients. As Wendy says, “a healthy dog is a balanced dog.”

Wendy is the premier expert on treating the dog as a whole, addressing not only behavior issues, what drives a dog to do what it does and the influences on behavior of health and nutrition. Wendy is an amazing nutritional expert who has virtually turned the health around of thousands of dogs in her career. Wendys’ students are trainers, pet owners and competitors who have learned how to create balance in their dogs, both psychologically and physically.

What’s new for the Virginia Conference?

  • Observing the dog – is it a health or behavior problem?
    What you can see, and what the dog tells you.
  • Understanding Nutrition – the foundation of optimal health
  • How to raise a healthy puppy with minimum vaccines
  • Using food and natural ingredients to extend life and to improve the quality of life.
  • The importance of Chiropractic adjustments
  • Use of Hemp Oil for epilepsy, cancer and joint disorders
  • Ozone Therapy and when to use it
  • Fecal transplants – do they work?
  • Gluten free diets – are they needed
  • Lipomas and how to get rid of them
  • Use of homeopathic detoxifiers
  • Fleas and Ticks – no more chemicals

We are privileged to be able to offer our participants a PRIVATE tour of The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI), a unit of the Smithsonian Institution located on a 3,200-acre (13 km2) campus located just outside the town of Front Royal, Virginia. An extension of the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., the SCBI has played a leading role in the fields of veterinary medicine, reproductive physiology and conservation biology since its founding in 1974.

If you are interested in...

  • A lifetime of OPTIMUM health for your dog
  • Maximizing performance – feeding the canine athlete
  • Solving complex behavior problems
  • The quality of life in old age;
  • Learning how to feed the correct food for YOUR dog;
  • Dealing with dog emergencies naturually
  • Homeopathy
  • Preventive Medicine;
  • Practical Application of Chinese Medicine and Chiropractic;
  • Reducing your veterinary bills
  • And Enjoying a healthy dog...
  • Then this Conference is for YOU!

Topics Schedule

  Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
9:00 to 9:50 Beginning Nutrition
Influence on Health and Behavior
Kinesiology: Part 1
Introduction
Intro to Homeopathy Trip to Smithsonian*
10:00 to 10:50 What happens when your dog eats – understanding digestion Kinesiology: Part 2
Testing Your Dog
Using Homeopathy for Emergencies
11:00 to 11:45 Dog Foods? How to make the right decision for you and your dog Thyroid & Adrenals Effects on Health &Behavior Aggression Drives, Behavior and Stress
12:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
2:00 to 2:50 The Natural Diet: Volhard Nutrition and the benefits of feeding raw Thyroid & Adrenals,continued Stress & Glandular Imbalances  
3:00 to 3:50 The Natural Diet Continued Intro to Chinese Medicine: 5-Element Theory Food as Medicine Diagnostic Protocols  
4:00 to 4:50 Supplements: When, How and What 5 Element Theory continued Putting it all together for your dog  
6:00 Dinner Dinner Dinner  
7:30 to 8:30 A Dog’s Breakfast or Consultants Meeting Jana Froeling, DVM Chiropractic and Chinese Medicine Monique Maniet, DVM, Essential Oils, Ozone Therapy and Fecal transplants  

* The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI), a unit of the Smithsonian Institution located on a 3,200-acre (13 km2) campus located just outside the town of Front Royal, Virginia. An extension of the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., the SCBI has played a leading role in the fields of veterinary medicine, reproductive physiology and conservation biology since its founding in 1974.

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