4 weeks from 21 August | Online in a Facebook Group

Transition Your Dog to a Species-Appropriate Diet

Have you always wondered how to feed your dog good nutritious food that is appropriate for their species? Don't know if your home-made meals are balanced? Your pooch has issues e.g. allergies, anal gland problems, bad teeth, diabetes, arthritis etc.?
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Transition Your Dog to a Species-Appropriate  Diet

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4 weeks from 21 August
Online in a Facebook Group

About the Event

In this online course I will guide you step- by-step so you can transition your dog to a species-specific diet. As a diploma qualified nutritionist for companion animals, I will explain the WHY and the WHAT and most importantly the HOW you can do this at home. 

You will receive information about the right foods to feed, a transition plan, ratios, where to buy foods, how to keep it affordable and how to prepare meals quick and easily.

We will discuss fussy eaters, diseases and allergies (present and prevention), weight loss / gain, supplements and possible concerns that a lot of dog owners face when bombarded with information by the pet industry. 

This course is held in a Facebook Group which means that you can work through the material in your own time. The content is sorted into 4 Guides so you can find the information easily. You can download and print information sheets, transition plan, shopping list, recipes etc. Each Guide will be posted on a Saturday. You can ask questions in the group and I will answer them daily. 

Each dog will get their own personalised transition plan and while you implement this with your dog, I will guide you for the entire four weeks. At the end of the course you will be confident and have the Know-how on your dog's individual new diet. 

Guide 1: Information on species-appropriate diet for dogs, shopping list

Guide 2: Ratios and portion sizes, Balance of Nutrients, Individualised Transition Plan

Guide 3: Supplements, Diseases, Allergies, Prevention

Guide 4: Observation and Follow-Up of Transition Plans, how to modify diet if necessary, long-term planning

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