A healthy pet diet workshop is being held at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 10 at Your Pet’s Marketplace in Closter, New Jersey. The workshop is facilitated by Kathy Haupt, the producer of Trapper’s Way, a frozen, natural raw food for dogs prepared in Bergen County, New Jersey.
“You may have been wondering about all the pet food recalls lately and started to ask yourself: What is in my pet’s food? Is it making my pet ill? Why is my dog constantly licking his paws or scratching so much? Why does my pet have bad breath, gas or recurring anal gland problems? Can a healthier diet reduce my pet’s medical expenses?” says Haupt. These questions and more will be addressed during this one hour workshop.
“The event is also being held to raise awareness and donations for local rescue group, Closter Animal Welfare Society, or better known as CLAWS. CLAWS has been dedicated to helping rescue and foster abandoned or unwanted dogs and cats for over 40 years. “CLAWS focuses on fostering and adoptions and sponsors many fundraising projects to help collect much needed supplies for homes in crisis,” says Haupt. “With the help of a network of dedicated volunteers, CLAWS works to find the best permanent homes for the animals.”
Cost: $5 suggested donation to CLAWS. Location: Your Pet’s Marketplace, 168 Railroad Ave., Closter, NJ. Seating is limited; registration required. Call 201-446-4981 or email KDTRecipes@optimum.net to register or obtain more information.