Join us Thursday, October 16th, at 7PM for one of the most informative and important seminars you could attend regarding your pet’s health. Jacqueline Hill will be here to discuss your pet’s digestive health and the impact that it has on their overall health and well-being. Hippocrates is credited as saying “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Jacqueline is going to present the scientific evidence (in layman’s terms) of what Hippocrates knew 1000s of years ago. This is one seminar you don’t want to miss.
The seminar is free, but space is limited, so we ask that you pre-register. We will take names for a waiting list once the registration is full. If you are registered and won’t be able to make it, please let us know as soon as possible so that someone else can take your space. 678-240-0440. The seminar is at 7pm and will take about an hour; after that, we will be available for Q&A.
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*About Jacqueline Hill: Jacqueline attended Iowa State University and majored in Microbiology. During her 15 years as a practicing veterinary technician, she studied many of the holistic/alternative modalities with an emphasis in nutrition. For 12 years, Jacqueline owned and managed Valley Hill Stables, a horse boarding facility. Jacqueline coordinated a natural food co-op in Pennsylvania for 5 years. She is a member of The Weston A. Price Organization, The Organic Consumer Association, and The Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Hired in 2004 by one of the largest raw pet food manufacturers in the nation, Jacqueline served as the Northeast Territory Manager until her promotion to Eastern Regional Manager in 2005. In 2007, she was also appointed as leader of the company’s Veterinary Task Force. She is the founder of Answers Pet Food and has been a raw pet food feeder for 20+ years.
*DISCLAIMER: Information provided on this website is for informational purposes and is not intended to replace your veterinarian. Please do your research when it comes to your pet’s health, and make EDUCATED decisions.