Free Canine Nutrition Webinar

One of the most common questions I receive from clients is “What should I feed my dog?”

In this 1 hour free webinar I am going to tell you what I tell my clients.bordercolliefood2

  • What type of food is best and why is it the best?
  • What is the big deal about grain free?
  • What about vegetarian diets?
  • How will feeding my dog help its health problems? ie inflammatory bowel, arthritis, allergies, etc

 

Here are the days and times to choose -

Wed, Apr 2nd, 2014 at 7:00 pm CDT

Thu, Apr 3rd, 2014 at 8:00 pm CDT

Click on one of the above times to register for that webinar.

The webinars will be live, but the same material will be covered. Looking forward to seeing you on the webinar.

Register now by clicking one of the dates that best fits your needs. There is limited space so please choose now so you claim your spot.

 

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