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Is Your Dog's Food a Silent Killer! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Updated: Oct 16, 2023

Nutrient Base Theraphies for Dogs and Cats Seminar

Hosted by Franco Cavaleri, BSc Nutritional Biochemist

Original post: October 3, 2010

* Joint Pain * Hot Spots * Allergies * Excessive Itching/Shedding * Over Weight *

Is Your Dog's Food a Silent Killer! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Processed canned wet foods and dry bagged kibble are primarily designed for our convenience not the wellbeing of our pets. A body built on damaged nutrition is compromised and vulnerable to immune system deficiency and cognitive and emotional instability.

Nourishing your puppy with fresh active nutrition will provide the body with the natural tools it needs to defuse and remove food-borne and environmental toxicity; empower accurate immune system activity; and reduce the risk of disease including cancer and premature aging. Learn how to make a difference and take back control over health, disease and aging in a few easy steps.

Please join us for this enlightening seminar Tuesday, June 8, 2010 7pm– 8pm Delta Hotel & Conference Centre 50 Stone Rd. West, Guelph ON 519-780-3700 Free Gift!

Receive a complimentary copy of “Your Dog’s Health” for attending this seminar. About Franco Cavaleri BSc NB: a graduate of UBC, majored in Nutritional Science and Biochemistry. His postgraduate research efforts continue today on the latest gene-related and insulin-related nutraceutical research. His post graduate efforts in scientific research and development have led to the accumulation of several awards in the Canadian Health Industry including formulation awards and bestseller status for his recent book, POTENTIAL WITHIN A Guide to Nutritional Empowerment; ISBN 0-9731701-0-7. Franco is the author of several other books including; YOUR DOGS HEALTH; ISBN 978-0-9731701-1-5. More on the author/researcher:

Sponsored by: BiologicVET NUTRITION FOR DOGS & CATS . 1.877.560.8440

To register call Sarah Cowan Toll-Free: 1.888.379.3135 ext 405 by June 4th or email:


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