Deciding what to feed our pet is the most important decision most of us will make to positively affect our pet’s health. Veterinarian Dr. Laura Weis, of Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Pet Care, is presenting Cooking for Your Dog, a one-night class offered by The Community School of New Hope Solebury from 7 to 9 p.m. on April 17 in New Hope.
Weis will discuss the benefits of homemade dog food or supplementing commercial pet food with home-cooked meals. Pet owners (no pets, please) will learn how to make a few easy meals for their dogs that will meet nutritional needs based on breed, age and overall health.
Weis has been practicing small animal medicine and surgery in Bucks County since 1998. Her medical practice is limited to homeopathy and nutrition, and she continues to add holistic modalities to the offerings at Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Pet Care, which she owns and operates with her husband, Dr. Ransome Weis.
“Our dogs thrive on a variety of whole and prepared foods, including commercial foods when we are short on time. Most dogs, in time, should be able to eat a varied diet without experiencing unwanted side effects,” assures Weis.
Cost: $25. Event location: New Hope Solebury High School, 182 W. Bridge St., New Hope. Register at Tinyurl.com/cook4dogs. Doylestown Veterinary Hospital: 380 N. Shady Retreat Rd., Doylestown. For more information, call Jennifer Ashenfelter at 215-896-2389, email JPAshenfelter@DoylestownVeterinaryHospital.com or visit DoylestownVeterinaryHospital.com. March 2018