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Healthy Pet Network

The Healthy Pet Network is an interactive online community network of pet owners, animal lovers and advocates, health care professionals and experts in related fields, providing education, information and products and services which promote and enhance “Whole & Complete Animal Health”.

By “Whole” we are referring to all the factors of wellness and illness, taking into account all of the physical, mental, and social conditions in
relation to the animal, including…

Hormone/Immune Health
Healthful Nutrition
Important Nutritional Supplements
Proper Exercise
The ability to Absorb the Nutrients and the important
Nutritional Supplements
Stress reduction
Identification of a Healthy Environment
Avoidance of Unhealthy Environmental Pollutants

This will establish a foundation of wellness for now and the future.

Our team dynamic is character based and is motivated by the belief that we will make a difference. The size and impact of that difference depends on the individual energy we each bring to our collective effort. Our guiding precepts are integrity, fairness and compassion. We are driven by an unconditional love and deep respect for animals and concern for their conditions.

We support “outside of the box” innovation and are firm believers in challenging the status quo to be far better than it already is. The Healthy Pet Network will work very closely with the many online and offline animal groups to build an alliance for the future of whole animal health.

Our passion and dream is to develop an animal sanctuary in the mountains. This will be to provide a home, food, medical attention, and love for the
homeless or injured animals. We also hope to be able to provide grants to nonprofit animal rescue shelters throughout the world.

Please enjoy our site and come back often. Please go to the contact page and send us any comments or suggestions you may have. We would love to hear from you.

 

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  • dog toys says:

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    You can foster one to help out the cause and find out
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