Holistic Pet Expo in Scottsdale Sept 14




The Tails of our Lives, A Holistic Pet Expo presented by the Arizona Holistic Chamber of Commerce, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, September 14, at Chaparral Suites, in Scottsdale. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Exhibitors will be offering great products and services for people and pets.

Dawn Bardo, a holistic pet nutritionist, will present Instinctual Diet: A New Paradigm in Pet Nutrition. Dr. Julie Mayer, a holistic veterinarian, will talk about Holistic Care and Veterinary Rehabilitation. Andrea Sobotka, an animal communicator, will address The Healing Bridge Between Pets and their People.

Early bird seating is $20. Location: 5001 N. Scottsdale Rd. Register at AzHolisticChamber.com/upcoming-events. For more information, call 480-245-9632.

 

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