The New England Pet Expo that was in Wilmington, MA brought out almost 10,000 people and pets. I saw everything from huge mastiffs to people with parrots on their shoulders. At this expo there were many entertaining demos and wonderful animal groups. It was great to see so many animal lovers who were out this past Saturday September 24, 2011.
Our non-profit organization called the Center for Integrative Veterinary Care (CIVC) had a booth to highlight our Dr.DoMore documentary preview and the Dr.ShowMore Calendar. The 2011 Dr.ShowMore Calendar has been shown at about twenty different veterinary conferences and expos. By now that door – opening calendar has also been taken to eight different conferences and expos for humans. It has been to the Sundance Film Festival 2011.
The Dr.ShowMore Calendar has even gone to Thailand where it opened up many eyes, and even the doors of the veterinary Sujita the Royal Cat schools in Thailand. As well as the continuing education of the Thai Veterinarians. It even gave me the opportunity to treat Sujita the Cat owned by The Royal Family of Thailand, and the Princess. It was such a honor to be able to try to help the Royal cat of Thailand with acupuncture and homeopathy.
Our Dr. Margo Roman is quite an amazing lady. Not only does she heal our animals, but she is also an activist working to protect all of us, and future generations.
Each year the Women’s Action for New Directions WAND and Women’s Legislative Lobby WiLL is always an awesome, empowering experience. This year I went to Washington DC Sept 18-20, 2011. As a member of WAND for over 25 years, we have gone to our Nation’s Capitol to lobby as grassroot activists on positive environmental, healthcare and jobs issues, as well as about reducing the military spending on unnecessary nuclear weapons.
This weekend Dr. Roman will be at a local event. Which is theNew England Pet Expo. She will have a booth for the non profit organizatiions for integrative health Dr.DoMore, and the wonderful calendar ShowMore. MASH will have a vendor presence there too so stop by the booth and bring your dog!