Dear Pet Lover,
Holistic Touch Therapy wishes everyone a happy holiday season. We are celebrating this festive time of year by offering a FREE copy of my DVD Canine Massage for the Athlete in Every Dog to the first five people to click below.
HOLISTIC TOUCH HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY!
I'm giving away FREE Copies of my DVD to the FIRST 5 PEOPLE who click on the link below!
A Happy Holiday Gift from Holistic Touch Therapy!
NOTE: In less than 2 hours after this newsletter was published, my 5 gifts had already been claimed. If you would like a copy for yourself, or as a present for a friend or colleague (or all three), visit this page for more information and to order.
Your pet's toy box may be overflowing, but he might still have the desire to chew on other things. Your furry friend can turn a beautiful holiday plant into a ragged weed in minutes. Festive decorations can be dangerous to his health. It is important to know which plants are on the no-nibble list.
Poinsettias of all sizes and colors traditionally brighten the homes of many during this season. They are only mildly toxic to dogs and cats. The milky white sap found in poinsettias contains poisonous chemicals. A pet that munches on a poinsettia may drool, vomit or have diarrhea.
Up, up, up and away is one of the many massage moves you can learn in Dr. Sue's online canine massage classes. Watch this video to learn how!
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Dr. Sue has fun teaching canine massage to kids and their shelter-dog friends at Dorothy O'Connor Pet Adoption Center (DOCPAC) in Victoria, Texas.
Check out our courses and add a new level of care for the special dog in your life or become a Certified Canine Massage Practitioner to benefit many furry friends. Register for an online class and start learning today.
With a Ph.D. in Biological sciences from the University of Texas in Austin and a masters in Zoology from Southern Illinois University, Dr. Sue is devoted to the care and massaging of pets. Read her articles here.