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Adored Beasts Apothecary on Facebook Live

May 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join NorthPoint Pets and special guest Julie Ann Lee for a discussion on Gut Health & Probiotics.

We’ll sit down with founder of Adored Beast Apothecary, Julie Ann Lee for a deep dive on Gut Health & Probiotics, and how you can improve your pets health.

When: Tuesday, May 26th – 7pm

Where: Facebook Live

What: For our next edition of Canines & Cocktails, join us on Facebook Live for a Q&A session with the founder of Adored Beast Apothecary, Julie Ann Lee. We’ll discuss how natural products benefit your pet, holistic healthcare, and much more!

About Julie Ann Lee:

Julie Anne Lee grew up helping out in her mother’s animal rescue shelter. It was there that her passion for animals began. After many years as a veterinary technician, Lee developed an equally passionate commitment to homeopathy.

Since graduating from the Vancouver Academy of Homeopathy in 1997, Lee has studied with some of the most renowned international homeopaths including her mentor Dr. Susan Armstrong, Mark Elliott and John Saxon in England, George Vithoulkas in Greece, and Rajan Sankaran in India.

Julie Anne has trail blazed the advancement of holistic pet care and brings her wealth of experience to all aspects of the Adored Beast Apothecary. As a practitioner, teacher, and consultant, she has expanded the world of animal wellness, both reclaiming and scientifically evolving, the time-honoured, common-sense practice of nature-based animal health care.

Julie Anne has used her experience as an animal care provider and compassionate advocate to develop simple and easy-to-follow products that put the power back in your hands. Adored Beast products address core issues, support healing, and aid in preventing a recurrence.


May 26
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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