Friday, June 22, 2012
Leading the Way is Proud to host Animal Communication Workshop led by Dawn Allen held on POSTPONDED! DATE. TBA. from 11:30-5:30 refreshments provided Space is limited, and filling fast! Register today at firstname.lastname@example.org Cost is $90 pre register/At the door $100 check, cash or credit card Learn to understand your animal friends on a deep emotional level. Discover new ways to enjoy and love your animals. This seminar will help you realize your natural ability to communicate telepathically with all creatures. You will learn how to better understand animal companions, gaining insight into their behavior, health, and happiness. The seminar includes specific exercises and meditations geared towards opening your senses and your heart. Participants bring photographs of their animals; and they are our teachers (along with live animals on-site). I highly recommend attending this workshop. Even if you are not confident with your telepathic propensity, you will gain closeness and understanding with your animals. Participants often report enthusiastic greetings from their animals when they return home after attending the workshop. The animals love the fact that you try to understand them!
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Pet Care Seminar JUNE10 1:00-2:30pm, light refreshments served. Come one... Come all... Its Pet Safety & Medical information class.... Its a First Aid, Medical advice, emergency care, oh my gosh care and I'm not sure what to do care.... Along with Is this a real emergency? how to give pills, drops, creams and more.... With time for you Q&A! This jam packed seminar is ideal for all owners (NO DOGS PLEASE) during this 1.5 session a variety of topics will be covered. Please feel welcome to bring friends and family. Please no children unless they can sit and enjoy the workshop. This Pet Care Seminar is taught by Kristen Neal; Kristin is a veterinary technician with experience and training in small and large animal wellness and small animal surgery. She is currently working as an anesthesia tech in the community spay/neuter clinic at Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society in Springfield, MA. Her veterinary passions are humane work and anything else that improves our pets' quality of life. Her personal loves are riding and training horses, teaching people, the great outdoors, and of course, training, playing with, and loving dogs! Held At Leading the Way, 18 Chestnut St Florence, Ma 01062 cost: just $5.00
Leading the Way offers doggie daycare and all types of training, including private, group classes and a residential training program. Behavior assessment and modification is done using ONLY positive methods focused on shaping behavior.
We have over 25 years of professional experience, dedicated to enhancing the relationship of both ends of the leash, through knowledge, compassion, and building long term relationships with our clients, both two and four legged.