Dear Pet Lover,
The celebration continues with a new giveaway — a FREE copy of my ebook Balance Your Dog Canine Massage to the first 3 people to click below. Also, check out safe ways to include your pets in your Holiday Dinner plans, including a recipe for pet friendly cookies!
Always pet with a purpose,
HOLISTIC TOUCH HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY!
I'm giving away FREE copies of my ebook, Balance Your Dog Canine Massage to the FIRST 3 PEOPLE who click on the link below!
Another Happy Holiday Gift from Holistic Touch Therapy!
Within 2 hours we gave away the first 3 ebooks. Our winners are: Stephanie from Weirton, WV, USA – Patricia P. from Jesup, GA, USA – Monica S. from Sunnyvale, CA, USA.
You can still submit your information to be entered into a random drawing.
We are awarding one additional ebook to a lucky visitor. Do you feel lucky?
A turkey or ham with all the trimmings will grace many dinner tables this Christmas. It is natural to share the feast with your family pet. After all, he is family. Make sure you offer a tasty delight and not a tummy ache. Your pet can enjoy some holiday favorites. Others can upset his stomach or worse. Put together a scrumptious healthy feast for your pet. Avoid foods on the do-not-share list.
Many holiday favorites can lead to severe gastrointestinal upset or to an emergency trip to the vet. Don't share turkey skin or bones, fatty ham, nutmeg, sage, grapes, macadamia nuts, walnuts, pecans, onions, shallots, garlic, raisins, chocolate or alcohol. Be aware of foods that are hidden ingredients in some of your delectable dishes. There are goodies that you can safely put in your pet's food bowl.
Spices in your pumpkin pie are not good for your dog. Surprise him with his own Pumpkin Pie Cookies.
Puppy Pumpkin Pie Cookies
Thumb Gliding, Neck & Spine — helps identify "tight spots" or spasms and release tension in muscles. It is frequently used on the neck and along the spine. Watch this video to learn how!
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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.