Canine Health Concern Seminar & Weekend Workshop

Updated: Jun 9

Everything you need to know about vaccines and healthy feeding

Friday June 5th 2015 at 7pm

If you love dogs, then you will love this evening talk with Catherine O’Driscoll from Canine Health Concern*

The evening will focus on issues including:

How frequently you really need to vaccinate your dog.

Why vaccines can cause so many diverse illnesses including autoimmune disorders, cancer, leukaemia, epilepsy, skin disease, arthritis, brain damage and even death.

Safer alternatives to vaccines.

Why the World Small Animal Veterinary Association does NOT recommend annual vaccination.

What really is in your dog’s processed food – learn about food that promotes long life and good health. Tickets cost £10.00 payable in advance. All proceeds from the evening go to Canine Health Concern for them to carry on their great work.


To Book

The seminar will be held at the Dog Trouble Centre in Wokingham.

To book, please complete the Catherine O’Driscoll Evening Session Booking Form and return as directed with your payment.

*Canine Health Concern (CHC) is a non-profit animal welfare organisation which spearheads research into the causes of health and ill health in our canine friends, and shares information to help dog lovers raise healthy dogs so that they rarely need to see the vet.

Canine Health Concern has also been at the forefront of the natural rearing movement, promoting a diet for dogs that Nature herself has evolved over the millennia. The organisation has also promoted safe, natural, complementary therapies, educating pet owners and helping them to take conscious control of their dogs’ healthcare. It issues quarterly newsletters to members, has an information-packed web site, and an internet discussion group. New members are always welcomed.

Catherine is author of the best-selling books, ‘What Vets Don’t Tell You About Vaccines’ and ‘Shock to the System’, and an award-winning DVD, ‘In Search of the Truth About Dogs’. She writes for many dog magazines around the world, including Dogs Today and Dogs Naturally magazine, and her work was featured in the prime-time TV documentary World in Action. More recently, Catherine collaborated with the World Small Animal Veterinary Association to produce their puppy vaccine guideline summary.


Foundation in Canine Healthcare

Saturday June 6th and Sunday June 7th 2015

This weekend workshop is led by Catherine O’Driscoll, founder of Canine Health Concern* and takes a holistic view of canine health, with the aim of showing dog lovers how they can raise healthy, long-lived pets, and avoid unnecessary illnesses.

The Foundation in Canine Healthcare workshop consists of:

Genetics Diet Preventative healthcare (vaccinations) Environmental toxins Bacteria and worms Stress Complementary healthcare options

Saturday lecture – 10am to 5pm – a comprehensive lecture covering two important foundations of canine health: diet and the vaccination issue.

Sunday lecture – 10am to 4.30pm – this lecture covers important factors which can determine the health of your dog, including genetics, environmental toxins, conventional drug therapy, stress, and complementary healthcare options. During this workshop, we will also show you how to work out the very best diets and treatments for individual dogs, and we’ll introduce several complementary therapies for you to use at home.

The workshop will be held at the Dog Trouble Centre in Wokingham and the cost for the weekend is £115. Refreshments are included but delegates are asked to bring their own packed lunch each day.


To Book

To book, please complete the Catherine O’Driscoll Weekend Workshop Booking Form and return as directed with your payment.

*Canine Health Concern (CHC) is a non-profit animal welfare organisation which spearheads research into the causes of health and ill health in our canine friends, and shares information to help dog lovers raise healthy dogs so that they rarely need to see the vet.

Canine Health Concern has also been at the forefront of the natural rearing movement, promoting a diet for dogs that Nature herself has evolved over the millennia. The organisation has also promoted safe, natural, complementary therapies, educating pet owners and helping them to take conscious control of their dogs’ healthcare. It issues quarterly newsletters to members, has an information-packed web site, and an internet discussion group. New members are always welcomed.

Catherine is author of the best-selling books, ‘What Vets Don’t Tell You About Vaccines’ and ‘Shock to the System’, and an award-winning DVD, ‘In Search of the Truth About Dogs’. She writes for many dog magazines around the world, including Dogs Today and Dogs Naturally magazine, and her work was featured in the prime-time TV documentary World in Action. More recently, Catherine collaborated with the World Small Animal Veterinary Association to produce their puppy vaccine guideline summary.



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