What a difference a year makes
A very interesting and productive year for Beagle in Mind behind us with oh so many more exciting things planned for the year 2017 - 2018 ahead of us.
For those who have not been following, here is a short summary of the biggest "milestones" for us:
Received our Letter of Auhority for the registrationof the trust No. IT000090/2016(C)
Start of our relationship with Friends of the Dog
The trust is registered as a taxpayer (No. 1414568186)
First official Beagle in Mind educational event.
Know the Nose at The Dog Care Centre also with Annaret Meintjies (Agility)
NPO entered into the register in terms of the Non-Profit Organisation Act NPO 175-622
Notice from SARS in terms of trading as a Public Benefit Organisation PBO 9300533706
Start of our relationship with Human, Horse & Hound Kinesiology
News that we can start work at the new premises for Beagle in Mind Education & Training Centre
Confirmed with Friends of the Dog that the education centre will be a base from which to host and present their courses in Cape Town
Work starts at the new location
Watch this space for updates :-)
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ALTERNATIVE HEALING & BLOG DISCLAIMER
Alternative healing articles and any other advice featured in this blog do not claim to replace any conventional veterinary treatment. This is an educational blog for Beagle owners to read about alternative options that we as Beagle owners have tried ourselves and seen positive outcomes. We do not post anything we have not experienced positively and will never endorse anything in which we do not believe through positive experience.
Kinesiology and other healing modalities do not diagnose, cure or prescribe, as these activities are the prerogative of veterinarians. Kinesiology may provide a different, energy-based approach to allergy support, and potentially allow for a reduction in the use of corticosteroids. As a kinesiologist, I believe that allergies, just like other ailments, may have an emotional and/or mental aspect which is worth addressing. As such, this modality represents a valid complementary therapy to veterinary care.