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2017 GINKGO CALENDAR

DOWNLOAD (pdf) this free calendar featuring ginkgo leaves. The photos were taken by. Dr. Cornelia Wagner and digitally processed.

Ginkgo leaf is considered an anti-inflammatory, a vasodilator, relaxant, and digestive bitter. The tree is considered a living fossil - it's morphology has not changed in about 200 million years.

OCT 29, 2016 OPEN HOUSE 2-4pm

Celebrate with us 20 years of providing holistic veterinary care to Portland's pets and 5 years of clinic ownership under Dr. Cornelia Wagner.  Meet everyone on the staff & like-minded pet guardians, take a look behind the scenes, enjoy live music, snacks, and fun activities. There will be great raffle prizes! Pets welcome & costumes encouraged.

OCT 10, 2015 FOOD THERAPY FOR PETS  People's Food Co-op

IMG_6839According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles, food is considered medicine with special properties to balance Yin and Yang energies within the living body. Dr. Cornelia Wagner will teach in this lecture how to build and maintain your pet’s health and prevent seasonal or climatic related problems by feeding your pet according to the principles of TCM food therapy. She will also address how specific foods may be used to help balance the body to aid in healing while a pet is receiving treatment for a specific condition. Free and open to all. Click here or call People's at 503-674-2642 to register. PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR PETS TO THE CLASS.

Lecture Notes: HERE

JUN 9, 2015 ACUPRESSURE FOR PETS  People's Food Co-op

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In Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupressure is used to balance the Qi within the body. In this lecture by Dr. Cornelia Wagner, you will learn the functions, the location, and energetics of key acupoints and how to use them for common animal conditions. 

Lecture Notes: Acupressure for Pets

OCT 21, 2014 FOOD THERAPY FOR PETS  People's Food Co-op

anjas-catsWe all know we are what we eat, and the same applies to our pets. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles, food is considered medicine with special properties to balance Yin and Yang energies within the living body. Dr. Cornelia Wagner of Hawthorne Veterinary Clinic will teach in this 2-hour workshop how to build and maintain your pet’s health and prevent seasonal or climatic related problems by feeding your pet according to the principles of TCM food therapy. She will also address how specific foods may be used to help balance the body to aid in healing while a pet is receiving treatment for a specific condition. Free and open to all. Call People's at 503-674-2642 to register.