Circa Pet Food at Holistic Hound

January 25th, 6:30pm-8pm

Please join us for our next talk on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) & Whole Food Therapy with Dr. Anne Reed on Thursday, January 25th from 6:30-8:00 p.m.  

TCVM is an effective healing modality that has been used for thousands of years.  It provides us with guidelines for understanding and addressing different health patterns and imbalances.  It also gives us insight into what types of foods are healing for your pet, and what types of foods to avoid.


You will learn what element your dog or cat is based on TCVM principles (fire, wood, metal, water & earth) and what type of food helps to strengthen and nourish them for years to come.  Dr. Reed will cover the following topics:
  1.  Introduction/review of theory of traditional Chinese medicine and five element imbalances.
  2. The importance of nutrition in Chinese Medicine and for modern chronic disease for re-balancing the body
  3. How food is used to help re-balance the body through using the Five Element theory in TCVM
  4. Introduction to our new meal supplement line… Circa Pet Food!  Samples will be available!
Dr. Reed offers homeopathy, herbs and acupuncture services in her practice at All Paws Holistic Veterinary Clinic in Pt. Richmond and also makes house calls. She earned her undergraduate degree from Mills College in 1994, and graduated from U.C. Davis Veterinary School in 1998. In 2000, Dr. Reed became certified in veterinary acupuncture through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. She has also completed Dr. Richard Pitcairn’s course in both Basic and Advanced Veterinary Homeopathy, and the Chi Institute’s Advanced Herbal Medicine and Five Element Food Therapy courses, taught by Dr. Huisheng Xie.


For more information on Dr. Reed visit
The talk will be held at Holistic Hound and the cost is $10.  Please email or call 510.843.2133 to reserve a spot.


Due to space limitations we kindly request this to be a human-only event.


Vet Clinic

If your dog gets nervous at the vet’s office or it’s challenging for you to find time to make an appointment, consider our Vet Clinic. We have partnered with Broadway Vet to offer important vaccine and check up services onsite at Happy Hound. View a full list of services available at our upcoming Vet Clinic.

To reserve your spot for our upcoming vet clinic, call Happy Hound (510-547-3647) or email


Rally and Tricks Class

4 Weekly Sessions
Beginning February 4th, 2018
10:30am – 11:30am
$105 for the series

Limited to 10 attendees

What comes after puppy and basic obedience classes with your dog? RALLY CLASS!

You and your dog work as a team and go through a course of 10 to 20 stations. Each station demands a specific task that you have to perform together.

Rally trains your dog to pay attention to what you are asking him/her to do. Since you are working as a team, your dog learns to respect you and work with you. Rally improves your relationship with your dog and takes your training to the next level.

We will incorporate teaching tricks to break up the structure of doing only a Rally course. Some of the Rally tasks are related to training your dog to perform tricks or freestyle moves. This class is all about teamwork, putting your training to the test, and having a fun and interactive experience with your dog!

The more classes you attend, the more you improve. Each class is different!

To reserve your spot for the next Rally and Tricks Class, call Happy Hound (510-547-3647) or email


Training Reinforcement Classes


Happy Hound holds a group reinforcement training class every Sunday from 1pm-2pm for graduates of our training programs. This is a drop in training course where our graduates can join in the fun and get additional training tips from our trainers.

Our trainers focus on reinforcing proper leash etiquette, how to use chosen training tools, basic command reinforcement and occasional bonus training games. The trainers cover a different topic every Sunday. We recommend attending as many of these reinforcement training sessions as possible to get the most out of your board and train program!