The Dog & Cat World Summit, a free online event beginning on October 1 and continuing through October 10, will feature interviews with outstanding veterinarians from both traditional and alternative medicine specialties to inform and inspire pet owners.
The event was founded by Dr. Susan Erika Argeres after recognizing a need to centralize many veterinarian specialties into one place. The summit provides pet owners the opportunity to learn about a wide range topics including animal nutrition, holistic treatments like acupuncture and massage, animal neurology, poison control and puppy socialization.
The summit will also have bonus speakers to address pet owners about their own health. This section of interviews will contain information about clinical holistic nutrition, strategies to correct nutrient imbalances and gluten-free lifestyles.
“As medicine evolves, many different opinions and options are emerging,” Argeres said. “The intention of this summit is to share helpful tips and information from many different philosophies and perspectives of veterinary medicine to help with our furry family members.”
Argeres opened Argeres Animal Alternatives in 2003, and in 2005 she became a certified veterinary acupuncturist. She currently practices at three different clinics in addition to providing house calls, performing acupuncture, laser therapy and massage on pets.
For program details, see http://dogcatworldsummit.com. Registration is open on the website.