JUST ONE WEEK AWAY – South Jersey’s First Pet Symposium – “Integrative Care & Responsible Pet Parenting”

South Jersey’s First Pet Symposium – “Integrative Care & Responsible Pet Parenting”                                                     

SOUTH JERSEY'S FIRST PET SYMPOSIUMSaturday, April 5th, 2014, 12:00 – 5:00 at the Palmyra Community Center, 30 W. Broad Street, Palmyra, NJ 08065      Directions


What an incredible day of community outreach for pet parents, pet sitters, fosters, rescues, shelters, and anyone working with and/or loving animals.  Anyone affiliated with a rescue, shelter, or animal welfare/advocacy group does not pay for admission; first responders also attend for free… registration is still required via FB message or an email to: ivegotthescoop@yahoo.com


Do you have the knowledge and skills to intervene if your pet was unconscious or choking, know how to locate their pulse before administering CPR? YOUR actions could be the difference between life and death, until veterinary care is received.

Attend the symposium and EMPOWER yourself with knowledge and the skills to save your beloved pet’s life in an emergency… learn how to read pet food labels, recognize contributors and consequences of obesity, the benefits of feeding a raw diet, and understand the myths of pet nutrition.

Gain the ability to make informed, better decisions regarding your pet’s care, by learning about natural treatment options and noninvasive modalities such as acupuncture, cold laser, physical therapy, and massage, to improve the quality of your pet’s life!

Learn about Veterinary Specialty Medicine, Therapeutic Benefits of Canine Massage, How to Build/Maintain Healthy Relationships with your Dog, and have your questions answered by a behavioral consultant. Receive advice from a professional pet sitter as to the importance of using a professional as opposed to the kid next door, and receive information to assist you in choosing the best pet sitter for your furry companion. An attorney will explain Pet Trusts and Providing for your Beloved Pet when you Pass.

Join us for a day of Interactive Lectures and Demonstrations by Expert Veterinarians and Esteemed Pet Professionals, facilitating an informative day of community outreach and education for pet parents, pet sitters, fosters, rescues, shelters, and anyone working with and/or loving animals.

Meet Drs. Lisa Aumiller, Dana Koch, Russell Howe-Smith, Daniel Stobie, DVMMartha Cline, DVM; Timothy Rice, Esquire; Karen Fazio; Lisa Madison, SAMP; and, myself, Lori Genstein : )

Your symposium experience shall begin receiving the Warmest Welcome by the “Furry Angels” a local chapter of Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs; they come in all shapes, sizes, and breeds.

Everyone shall enjoy live, hands-on demonstrations and lectures, in small groups, and have an opportunity to speak with some of the most respected veterinarians in NJ!!

Please see Symposium Details for complete details, interactive links to read about each expert veterinarian and pet professional speaking, get directions. and purchase tickets… or the Facebook Event Page

In addition to the lectures by expert veterinarians, also providing demonstrations and speaking to attendees around the Community Center will be:

Louis Whalin, Vet Tech – HousePaws Mobile Veterinary Service: Routine Grooming your Pets Need. Learn about the importance of brushing teeth, clipping nails, and have all of your grooming questions answered.

Burlington CART (County Animal Response Team) – Disaster Preparedness and MicroChipping

Debra Bjorling, Hamiilton Pet Meadow, discussing Pet Loss and Providing Grief Counseling to anyone wishing to discuss the loss of their beloved pet.

Food and drinks shall be provided, attendees will receive a complimentary giveaway bag with a variety of products, there will be great surprise giveaways, and much more!

100% of the money raised shall be donated to the 501 (c) 3, Non-Profit, NO-KILL Animal Charities below… to help them continue making miracles happen!!!

Animal Adoption Center
All They Need Is Love Animal Rescue
Lynn’s Animal Rescue
Randalls Rescue
Paw It 4ward Foundation Rescue

Exhibitors will be:

Pet Valu Cinnaminson – Meet Kathy, store manager… she is excited to hear all about your pet’s needs and how she may help you in the Cinnaminson Pet Valu Store!

Villa La PAWS Maple Shade

GGC Healthy Paws, LLC – Roxy’s Favorite Biscuits

Korman Residential – Willow Shores Palmyra, NJ

An assortment of lovely items are being donated… so be sure to get your tickets on line!!!

Parking is free, the Community Center is accessible and just 1 block from the Palmyra RiverLINE Train Station.

Thank you to our extremely generous, main sponsor, HousePaws Mobile Veterinary Service for making this informative community outreach day dedicated to animal lovers possible!!!

The list of wonderful sponsors and contributors is growing!!!! Additional huge thanks to our talented event photographer, Valerie Bruder Photography, who will be donating her time and excellence to photograph the event; Networks Plus for their ongoing technical assistance; Cinnaminson Pet Valu, for their incredible sponsorship and giveaway products; VERY GENEROUS sponsors, ALL DOGS POOP Dog Waste Removal Service, and GGC Healthy Paws LLC; Chesterfield Veterinary Clinic; Kaplan, Leaman & Wolfe Court Reporters, and Access Printing, Inc., for their quality printing and outstanding customer service!!!

If you have any questions, please call me @ (856) 906-7111, and I’ll happy to assist you!

Looking forward to seeing everyone there for this PAWSOME event!


Limited Seating is available – Advanced Ticket Purchase is Necessary     Those attending at no cost must still register, please via email to ivegotthescoop@yahoo.com








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