Dr. Dachshund - Doxie Health Night at Pandosy Vet

February 15, 2020

Dr. Dachshund - Doxie Health Night at Pandosy Vet

Join doxie dad Dr. Jason for relaxed talk on dachshund health, March 3, 7pm at Pandosy Vet.

Dr. Jason will go over the common health challenges our weiner dogs face, how to prevent common illnesses and injuries, and what treatment options are available should the little guys have issues.

In addition to being a dachshund dad himself, Dr. Jason is an integrative veterinarian with 19 years experience in holistic and conventional medicine. He is a certified veterinary acupuncturist and co-owner of Pandosy Village Veterinay Hospital, an innovative vet clinic in Kelowna BC.

This event is co-hosted by the Kelowna Dachshund Club. Any pet parents of dachshunds or doxie-mixes are welcome. This event is not appropriate for children, as it's mainly talking.

Dachshunds and doxie-mixes are also welcome; however, please only bring dogs that can relax in the presence of others. Leave barkers, growlers and howlers at home (that's why Dr. Jason's dogs won't be there... growlers!)

All proceeds will be donated to the Animal Food Bank. Buy tix below or on eventbrite.






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