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Webinar Recording: Canine & Feline Skin Issues

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Where: Online

CPE: 1.5 CPE point

Access: Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

Canine and Feline Skin Issues

In this webinar with Catherine, participants will learn about the possible causes of skin conditions affecting breed types. Catherine will also discuss how to put together a herbal support program. 

We will cover:

• Types of skin conditions affecting both dogs and cats

• Common allergies by breed

• Common veterinary interventions

• Benefits of feeding Raw diets

• Risks associated with feeding raw

• Legalities – AVPMA

• Treatment protocols

• Formulations in detail.  

Catherine McDowell:

Catherine holds qualifications in Herbal Medicine, graduating from Dorothy Hall’s College of Herbal medicine and more recently with Denis Stewart. 

She also holds Qualifications in Breathwork, Counselling, Training and Equestrian Coaching and is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society.

She is a Director and Senior Herbalist of McDowells Herbal in Bathurst, NSW where under her guidance and leadership McDowells Herbal has become a pioneer in the herbal medicine industry, offering natural health solutions to humans and their animals worldwide. 

In her spare time she manages Winterwood Farm- a small sport horse breeding and training facility where herbs and holistic approaches to management, training, fertility and rehabilitation are at the forefront.

Catherine is recognised in Australia and overseas as the preeminent expert for developing herbal rehabilitation programs for horses and canines. She writes for many equine and canine journals such as Equine News , is a regular presenter at Melbourne Equintana ( an elite international gathering of all things Equine) , and blogs for the 17,000 followers on the McDowells Facebook Page. She is also asked to submit articles regularly to various online forums worldwide.

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