Since I began offering private consultations in 2009, it has been my mission to educate and empower as many pet parents as possible with sound information on nutrition, enrichment, environment and care for their cats and dogs.
Now in 2017, I am shifting my focus a bit, working to reach more people through live events. There are already several seminars, lectures and workshops scheduled (and more to come).
I am very excited to announce that the year’s first seminar - What Is Bio-Appropriate Nutrition For Cats? - will take place on January 19 at the Orlando Cat Café in Clermont, Florida (just 4 miles west of Disney World).
When I visited the Orlando Cat Café to meet with Sandy Cagan, the fabulous owner and developer, I was completely blown away by her commitment, business acumen and how much thought went into creating an awesome space for the cats. In my view, this cat café sets the standard by which all cat cafes should aspire to.
The café’s partner, The Animal League, has issued the following comprehensive press release for the seminar. The fee is $10 and space is limited. Click Here to purchase a ticket (scroll down to the event) . If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cat Nutrition Seminar to Be Held at Orlando Cat Café
CLERMONT, FLORIDA – The Orlando Cat Café will host a Cat Nutrition Seminar on Thursday, January 19th from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm regarding the importance of a bio-appropriate diet for cats and kittens.Jodi Ziskin, M.S., a Healthy Pet Coach and Certified Pet Nutrition Consultant will present the seminar, the first of a series of six to be held at the new Orlando Cat Café. The seminar will cover common nutrition myths, why real food matters and the best foods and supplements for every budget. A bio-appropriate diet can help prevent everything from digestive disorders to skin issues, joint problems and dental disease. The seminar fee is $10 per person and reservations are required.
Healthy Pet Coach Jodi Ziskin holds a master’s degree in holistic nutrition and is a certified pet nutrition consultant. She is highly regarded for her expertise and passion in the areas of nutrition, enrichment, environment and care for cats and dogs. Since 2009, Jodi has been educating pet guardians so they can make informed choices for their cats and dogs. This has earned her the respect of clients, veterinarians, pet behaviorists and other pet-focused professionals throughout the United States and abroad.
Future seminars at Orlando Cat Café are planned on a variety of topics including The Importance of Enrichments and Play, Proactive Care, and Senior Cat Care. Please visit http://www.orlandocatcafe.com/book-a-time/ to make your reservation. The Orlando Cat Café is located in the Town Center at Cagan Crossings at 532 Cagan Park Avenue, Suites 201-203 in Clermont.
About The Animal League
Serving Lake and surrounding counties since 1988, The Animal League (formerly South Lake Animal League) has rescued and re-homed thousands of dogs and cats that have been abandoned, abused or neglected in our community. The Animal League provides programs and services to the community such as the Neighborhood Pet Program, Nourish the Needy Program, Companions for Courage Program, Humane Education Programs, and the Pet Peace of Mind Cornerstone Hospice Program. Visit www.slal.org for more information on donating, volunteering, the adoption process and community programs.
About Healthy Pet Coach
For more information about Jodi Ziskin the Healthy Pet Coach, visit http://www.healthypetcoach.com/.