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DR. DOBIAS NATURAL HEALING PRESENTS Natural approach to treatment and prevention of arthritis in dogs



"Learn how to approach your dog's arthritis and mobility issues without side-effect causing drugs."
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Dr. Megan Kelly, DVM Dr. Megan Kelly is a vet and a certified canine rehabilitation practitioner. She has been in the field of veterinary rehabilitation for the last 12 years and a vet for 16 years. She has run her own veterinary rehabilitation practice in South Africa and is actively involved in education and training in the field.

Dr. Kelly has a special interest in rehabilitation products and trained internationally in orthotics and prosthetics. In 2010 she opened Holisticpet and started manufacturing solutions and products to assist handicapped pets in Cape Town, South Africa.

Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM With 30 years of experience in Western and holistic veterinary medicine, Dr. Peter Dobias is best known for his fresh, innovative and non-conventional approach to animal healing, nutrition and disease prevention.

His love of dogs and passion for natural healing and nutrition led him to writing, teaching and helping people create health naturally without drugs, chemicals and processed food. Through his work and all-natural supplement line, he helps dog lovers get the gift of extra time with their dogs.


  • 1. Exercise program and management
  • 2. Injury prevention
  • 3. Holistic nutrition for better mobility
  • 4. The effect of toxins and drugs on your dog's joint health
  • 5. What supplements to choose
  • 6. An opportunity to participate in a mobility and arthritis study