Next Saturday, February 2, Mile Hi Church in Lakewood will host a program called "Animal Tracks - Educating, Spiritually Connecting and Caring for Animals." This all day program will feature seminars and talk sessions with many local professionals involved in animal education and training in a variety of areas from pet nutrition to senior pets.
The keynote speaker will be Kate Solisti, internationally known author, animal communicator, teacher and animal nutritionist. Her keynote address, "The World According to Animals," will explain how to communicate and to listen to our pets to gain a better understanding of their world. Her address will be from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. She will also talk about pet nutrition in the afternoon and how a proper diet for pets can lead to a long and happy life.
Other sessions include "Coming When Called" dog training, information on the MHC pet therapy program, massage therapy for senior dogs, help for those grieving the loss of a beloved pet, information on pet insurance, and how to handle wildlife encounters with pets. Other presenters include Ana Malara, CPDT-KA certified professional dog trainer, Shelley Sheets, CAMT - certified animal massage therapist, and Duane Kirkley, pet insurance provider.
Animal Tracks will be held in the auditorium and classrooms of the Vogt Center at Mile High Church, 9077 West Alameda Avenue in Lakewood. The event starts at 9 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m. Cost for the all day program is $10, but does not include lunch. Lunch can be purchased onsite by Rory's Lunchbox or there are many food options to choose from in the surrounding area. For more information or to register online, visit the Mile Hi Church website.
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