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Peggy Hoyt with pets
Can You Trust Your Pet? Of course, with a Pet Trust!
This presentation focuses on including your pets as part of your estate plan using a Pet Trust. Pet Trusts ensure no loved pet ever ends up alone, afraid, in a shelter or euthanized. Pets are treasured members of our family; yet…
Canine Vestibular Disease: A Common Senior Dog Malady
Symptoms of vestibular disease can not only be frightening for dogs and their owners, but they can often be mistaken for signs of a seizure or stroke. Grey Muzzle Advisory Board Member Dr. Julie Buzby, DVM discusses this…
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Compassion Fatigue: What Animal Caregivers Need to Know
Between the challenges of life in the age of COVID and caring for senior pets at home and on the job, helping professionals, volunteers, and pet parents may find that they’re experiencing increased stress and distress. In this…
Dr Mary Gardner
Creating a Bucket List for Your Senior Dog
Dr. Mary Gardner shares her personal experience of creating bucket lists for her senior pets. Not only do these lists allow your furry companions to enjoy some of their favorite things one last time, but they also can help family…
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Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton of Hamilton Law and Mediation:
Have you ever asked yourself: If I don’t get home, what will happen to my dog? If something happens to me, where would my bird go? Who could care for my sick cat if I didn’t get home? How do I find someone to take my horse? When…
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Denise Fleck: Pet Safety and Disaster Preparedness for Your Senior Dog
Learn from the Pet Safety Crusader and expert Denise Fleck--author, radio show host and Grey Muzzle President. Be the best pet parent you can be by preparing for the worst. Learn tips and get advice on how to protect your senior…
Neurologist Dr. Cook
A Better Understanding of Neurological Disease in Senior Dogs
It’s no secret that the aging process in humans can often lead to sometimes unexpected neurological changes within our bodies. What is less commonly known is that these neurologic changes are also seen in our senior canine…
Neurologist Dr. Cook
A Better Understanding of Seizures and Senior Pets
 While seizures are one of the most common neurological conditions seen in pets, they can be scary and confusing for pet parents to experience. This is especially so when your pet is a senior and may have no prior history of…
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Acupuncture 101
 Acupuncture 101 - How this ancient modality can help our senior pets live life to the fullest! We will discuss what acupuncture is, how it works & what diseases it can treat. I will discuss what an acupuncture treatment…