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A Natural Approach to Positive Behavior Presented by Meg Harrison

  • Thursday, February 22, 2018
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
  • Live Webinar


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Presented by Meg Harrison

CEUs: PPAB 1.5

Proving the connection between natural plant-based remedies and animal behavior developing co-operative relationships in all situations and environments, no matter the past history and trauma.

Webinar Learning Objectives

  • Make the connection of plants, animals, and human companions.  
  • Educate about the efficacy of natural remedies based on evidence from several case studies facilitating positive behavior and training.

Your Presenter

Meg Harrison, flower essence expert specializing in animal behavior, has successfully helped thousands of behaviorally-challenged animals using unique blends of essences, essential oils, and/or homeopathic remedies. Working with trainers, health care practitioners, rescuers, fosters, clinics, and shelters nationwide, she is able to facilitate positive change in the vast majority of cases, no matter how difficult or emotionally damaged.

Experience includes: rehabilitating rescues from puppy mills, hoarding cases, court ordered seizures, research labs, captured American Mustangs, feral cats, and farm animals rescued from slaughter. The vast majority (93%) quickly adjust to their new environments explaining the outstanding success in shelter settings. Positive effects during emergencies demanding immediate calm, focus, and co-operation have been recognized by staff and volunteers in 14 California wildfires, 8 hurricanes from Katrina to Harvey, 2 F-5 tornadoes, in addition to visible relief for thousands of dogs and cats seized and held by court orders.

With 40 years of experience working with difficult and damaged individuals, she has advocated for gentler, more effective ways to improve overall mental and emotional well-being and the behavioral health of 24 different species continuing to share her experience and hard-won knowledge with anyone who will listen whether in a lecture hall, webinar, walking shelter dogs, or during a natural disaster.

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