Part 3 – (2.5-hours): Animals with the Stress of Toxicity


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Saturday, October 28, 2023; Begins at 9 am PST/ 5 pm GMT/ 6 pm CET

Indoor pets are subject to vast amounts of toxins, possibly more so than other animals. Since small animals have such a high respiratory rate, it can make them more susceptible to the affects of environmental toxicity, simply from breathing in molecules from household chemicals, cleaners, off gassing of new furnishings to mention a few. Then there are chemical laden flea products, dewormers, and vaccines that are often required for both pets and farm animals. Not to mention that vast amounts of toxins that come from a myriad of places and exposures.

Other potential topics to come: Supporting Aging Animals; Animals and Bridge Transformation