These days, quality pet health care is no longer limited to spaying/neutering and immunizations. The emerging field of animal chiropractic offers nonsurgical, drug-free options for correcting bone, disc and soft-tissue disorders related to improper spinal configuration and movement.
Tammy Jones, a representative for Young Living Essential Oils, will make a presentation on using their products for pet care from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., March 25, at the Unity of Pensacola Fellowship Hall.
Melanie Barrett, founder of 30A Swim Dog, in Santa Rosa Beach, says the assisted hydrotherapy sessions she offers are winning raves from pet owners and veterinarians that believe dogs can reap enormous health benefits from the safe, low-impact workouts.
The Green Dog Salon, in Fort Walton Beach, is the only place in town for natural pet care, providing all-natural shampoos and supplies.
Dragonfly Yoga, in Ft. Walton Beach, will hold PAWS Yoga Day to benefit the nonprofit Pet Animal Welfare Society, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., November 10.
Dine Out for Dogs is the theme of a series of events to benefit the Humane Society of Pensacola at several local restaurants, which will donate 10 percent of their sales from customers presenting the Humane Society July newsletter or a flyer.