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Dogington University Presents: Your Dog’s Health

Only available at The Dogington Post, Dogington University offers absolutely FREE health webinars from the world-famous veterinarians and experts you know and love!

All June long, Dogington University and your favorite dog health experts are offering FREE, live one-hour long educational webinars for readers and fans of The Dogington Post.

Check out the schedule, pick the webinar(s) you’d like to attend, and sign up to receive your invitations! It’s that easy! 

Webinars will include an open Q&A session at the end of each presentation. Have you always wanted to ask a top expert that one burning question about your pet? Now’s your chance!

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Classes fill up quickly, so register as soon as possible!

6/6: Dr. Ernie Ward 6pm EST
Almost half of the dogs in the US are overweight, putting them at risk for major medical problem. Is your dog one of them? Dr. Ernie Ward, the featured vet from “The Rachel Ray Show”, will discuss the huge problem of pet obesity and how you can keep your pup from packing on the pounds!

6/13: Dr. Shawn Messonnier 6pm EST
Dr. Shawn is the author of the award-winning “The Natural Health Bible for Dogs & Cats” and “The Natural Vet’s Guide to Preventing and Treating Cancer in Dogs” and also hosts a weekly radio show, “Cat Chat & Dog Talk”. He will discuss allergies in dogs and how to treat them both conventionally and naturally.

6/18: Jennifer Kachnic 4pm EST
Jennifer is President of the Grey Muzzle Organization, improving the lives of at-risk senior dogs by providing funds and resources to shelters and rescue nationwide. She also helped author “Your Dog’s Golden Years: A Manual for Senior Dog Care”. She will discuss basic senior dog care, including the benefits of adopting a senior dog, how to tell when your dog is in pain, most common diseases and what can be done to prevent and treat them, end of life decision making and much more.

6/19: Dr. Doug Kenney 7pm EST
Veterinarian, Dr. Doug Kenney is an expert on pet health insurance, authoring blogs and hosting podcasts on the topic. He’ll answer your questions about choosing the right pet insurance company and policy for your beloved pet.

6/20: Leslie May & Johann the Dog 6pm EST
As dogs face more and more environmental and health risks living their daily lives, it’s become increasingly important to understand and be aware of how your dog can live a healthier and more environmentally friendly life. Leslie May and Johann The Dog, the authors of the popular website and blog, Raise A Green Dog, will discuss lots of ideas about how you can help your dog be more green and healthy, and help the environment at the same time.

6/25: John Clifton 4pm EST
John Clifton is a freelance write, pet enthusiast and author of “Stop the Shots! : Are Vaccinations Killing Our Pets?”. He has been a frequent guest on radio and TV, where he talks about pet vaccines; the dangers versus the benefits, and how to formulate your own vaccination plan based on many factors.

6/26: Linda Tellington-Jones 6pm EST
Linda is the creator of The Tellington Method, a system of animal training, healing and communication that allows people to relate to animals in a deeper, more compassionate way.

6/27: Thom Somes “The Pet Safety Guy™” 6pm EST
“Preventable accidents are the leading cause of death and disability among pre-senior dogs and cats,” says Thom Somes, a.k.a. “The Pet Safety Guy™” and owner of Pet Tech Pet First Aid and CPR Training.  June is a perfect time of year for outdoor activities with our dogs, so Thom will discuss hiking with your dog – Pet Tech Tips on how to have fun and stay safe on the trail.

Sign up below for this once in a lifetime opportunity to get FREE tips and tricks from the world’s top dog trainers! We will email your invitations to attend after you confirm registration.

 

 

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Nicole Socolov

    Jun 24, 2013 at 10:09 am

    My baby swells up all over from vaccinations. I’ve stopped because I’m scared its going to kill her. I have to give her benadryl and I’m never going to put her thru that again. I took one of my kitties in to get fixed brought her home and she started going down hill. Took her back to vet. She lost cosntrol of movement from waist down. I’d go visit her every day. I felt guilty I’d done this to her. She died within a week on valentines day. Docs had to contact texas a&m vet school to figure out what was going on. They asked to do an autopsy. What they said was the anethesia caused the outside lining of her heart to harden. I don’t know why she lost movement in her lower extremities. It took me a long time to get my current babies fixed. That guilt stayed with me for a long time.

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