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Join Julie Wendt, MS, CNS, LDN and Veterinarian, Dr. Keith Weingardt, DVM,CVA during our live webinar where they will be discussing your pets nutrition, and fill you in on everything you need to know to keep your fur baby happy and healthy!
In this webinar you will learn:
> How to choose vitamins based on different age groups
> The pros and cons of different diet plans
> Whether or not your pet needs additional nutrients
> What to look for in vitamins for your pets to ensure they are getting all they need
Julie Wendt, MS, CNS, LDN
Julie’s interest in health began in earnest as the role of food as medicine became very clear during her first pregnancy and then with her first child. Her colicky newborn graphically illustrated the concept that what you eat can make a huge difference in how you feel and what your body can tolerate. With each new family member, the message became more clear: food matters! After serving as her family’s nutritionist for over a decade, Julie decided to combine her passion for food, gift for healing, and desire to help others through nutrition.
Dr. Keith Weingardt, DVM, CVA
Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture – International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (2003) Certified in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (Herbology/Food Therapy) – Chi Institute (2005) Dr. Keith Weingardt is a holistic veterinarian who has extensive experience incorporating the best of all worlds into finding a treatment plan that provides optimal health for his patients and their families. Dr. Weingardt began studying acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and received his acupuncture certification with the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society in 2003. Dr. Weingardt ravenously began to learn multiple holistic modalities and incorporate them into the care of his patients. He has studied and become certified in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, chiropractic care, herbal medicine, homotoxicology and homeopathy. In 2005 he and his wife Beth started the Animal Healing Center.