Thursday, February 8, 2024
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Living with and loving our pets gives us the opportunity to experience companionship in a new and beautiful way. This also means that the grief we experience while sharing our lives with them may be felt on a deeper level.
Planning for our pet’s end of life experience is something we would rather not think about, but is necessary to consider. Having a plan in place will help you create a clear direction and will free you to be fully present with your pet during their end of life journey.
Please join Kathy Wolff, CCDT, CCUI, FDM, as we navigate the planning considerations for this time in your pet’s life. It’s hard, but, let’s talk about it together. You will receive a free copy of the Advanced Directive for Companion Animals workbook during this presentation.
Important Details: This event is for people only. There is no cost, but donations are greatly appreciated to help us continue providing these free community events. Attendees must RSVP online.
Meet Your Instructor
Kathy Wolff, CCDT, CCUI, FDM
Kathy has been guiding dogs and their guardians for over 10 years. She graduated from CATCH Canine Trainers academy with her professional training certification. Kathy is a Level 2 Animal Reiki Practitioner, Let Animals Lead Method® a Dog Bite Prevention Educator, and an End of Life and Grief Doula for companion animals.
As a Holistic Dog Trainer and a certified Family Dog Mediator, (Applied Ethology L.E.G.S. Method), Kathy's focus is helping human/canine teams build a relationship based on mutual respect and understanding. By learning what the dog needs to feel safe, how their lifestyle and learning history affects them, and what instinctual traits their genetics brings to the equation, Kathy creates life skills for both the guardian and the dog that best addresses the goals of both. She continues to expand her education about the Mind/Body connection, Canine Trauma Awareness, and the support of intra-species relationships.