October 16, 2021: Speaking with Animal Rescue: Perfect Imperfections
Saturday, October 16, 2021
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm Eastern Time (ET) (check your time zone here)
Learn more about Perfect Imperfections, a non-profit dedicated to the education, rescuing, rehabilitation and adoption of special needs dogs, located in in Watertown, Connecticut, USA.
Partial proceeds from this practice group will be donated to the dogs of Perfect Imperfections.
The Animal Talk Practice Group is open to:
- Anyone who's completed my Everyday Interspecies Communicator course
- Anyone who's taken private Animal Communication + Mentoring with me
- Anyone who's taken my 'Beginner's Guide to Animal Communication' workshop
- Anyone who's completed an introductory level (or higher) animal communication course with another teacher (please contact me by email before signing up)
A link to access the practice group recording is emailed to you within 24 hours of the live event. You're welcome to download for reference (play as many times as you like).
You'll also be invited to join the Animal Talk Practice Group private Facebook group to connect between practice groups.
Ready to Book? Click the "Buy Now" button below and you'll be taken to a new page where you can begin your secure (encrypted) checkout by credit card. Following payment, you'll receive a receipt in your inbox.
I'll be in touch by email with your Zoom meeting link/ instructions for the Animal Talk Practice Group topic you selected
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
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Disclaimer: Please note that these animal services are not a substitute for medical treatment or advice. The services are a complement to veterinary care (an important starting point to rule out any medical issues), and are not a replacement for veterinary care.