16 September 2014

The 2014 Health & Wellness Summit features innovative nominations

Two nominees vie for the Urban Animal Industry's highest award in the Health & Wellness category: 

  1. Medric Cousineau, Paws Fur Thought is nominated for his efforts with PTSD Service Dogs. By educating all levels of government, landlords and business owners, pet industry staff and the general public, Cpt. Cousineau has improved the working and living conditions for both dogs and their handlers. 
  2. Dr. Liz O'Brien, Cat Healthy Canada is nominated for developing an initiative to help cats receive the healthcare they need to live longer, healthier lives. The Cat Healthy website includes preventative healthcare protocols - an important milestone in the evolution of Canadian feline medicine. 
The Summit for Health and Wellness recognizes the efforts of an organization to improve the overall levels of health and wellness for urban animals in a specific community, area of intervention or industry sector. 

The 2014 Summit for Health & Wellness will be presented during the Awards Gala on Friday, 24 October. This event is open to the public. 

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