In this episode, I welcomed Dr. Peter Dobias, someone I have wanted to connect with for a long time! With his goal to help dog lovers naturally create a healthy and long life for their canine friends, he has amazing experience in supporting dogs holistically.
He also provides many resources – in the form of blogs, free training, and a fantastic range of natural supplements. They help provide our dogs, and us humans, with the best support possible to cope with today’s modern challenges.
This podcast is about so much more than how to raise our dogs in the most natural way possible – to optimise their health and happiness. It is about the special bond between dogs and their humans, and how much we can learn from each other.
Dr. Dobias shares his journey to following his authentic self. In Podcasts #4, #5, and #6, on Optimising Health & Happiness, with Dr. Timo Tastutar and Lance Schuttler, we discuss Dr. Chatterjee’s Key Pillars of Happiness.
I feel that Dr. Dobias optimises these 3 pillars beautifully – having shown, and shared openly, how he has made challenging life decisions to ensure that he is living in alignment.
I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we did – and please do leave questions and comments below so that I can see if Dr. Dobias will join us for a part 2! So, sit back, enjoy with an open mind - Stay Curious, and Stay Free.
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Peter has over 30 years of experience as a veterinarian. He has a background in both holistic and conventional veterinary medicine, animal homeopathy, and natural nutrition. In 2008, he sold his thriving holistic veterinary practice in North Vancouver, BC, Canada to pursue his passion for educating the public about disease prevention and natural treatment methods.
His goal is to help dog lovers create a healthy and long life for their canine friends naturally. His supplements and other products are made from all-natural, human-grade ingredients that are certified organic whenever possible.
You can learn more about Peter Dobias at:
Peter's Podcast: Not Just About Dogs.
Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to keep curious and keep free. The opinions of the guests do not necessarily represent the opinions of the host and vice versa - exploring different opinions is key to growth. The content in this podcast and on this website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical or veterinary advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified healthcare professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical or veterinary advice because of something you have heard on my podcast or website.