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Wed, 19 July



Holistic Animal Care

A webinar for pet parents looking for holistic solutions to optimise their animal's health

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Holistic Animal Care
Holistic Animal Care


19 July 2023, 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm AEST



How to give your animal the best chance of great health.

Does your animal have:

  • a chronic health issue that you can't seem to get on top of?
  • behavioural issues that cause you no end of worry?

Do you want to do everything within your power to prevent them getting sick? This webinar is for you.

Many animals are suffering from physical or emotional health issues, symptoms that won't go away or symptoms that disappear for a while, only to come back later down the track, or that are replaced by other symptoms. 

It can be a stressful (and expensive!) merry-go-round. 

When you care for your animal holistically, you can find not only the root cause, but the solutions, to those chronic health issues. You can help your animal prevent disease.

In this free webinar, holistic animal care mentor Ruth Hatten, will guide you on holistic strategies that you can use to help your animals live a healthy, happy and long life. Helping you to develop a greater understanding of what holistic animal care means, where things can go wrong, plus some pointers for how you can start to incorporate Ruth's holistic animal care framework into your animal’s care routine.



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About Ruth

Ruth is a Holistic Animal Care Mentor. Her work encompasses principles of naturopathy, nutrition, plant medicine, energy and spirituality. Ruth's mission is to help animals feel healthier and happier utilising the bounty that nature provides.

Since 2015, Ruth has helped hundreds of animals around the world feel healthier using her holistic wellness approach to animal care. Ruth believes that animals can thrive when they are supported with species appropriate nutrition and natural remedies, and she's excited to help you help your fur family.

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