For those of you in the Philadelphia, PA area, you might be interested in this presentation, coming up Saturday, September 8 the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet). The lecture is free and starts at 10 AM EDT. Here's the information from the Penn Vet web page:
Grief Counselor Michele Pich slated to speak at Saturday, September 8 event…
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