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Inside Scoop

Community • A Facebook group for pet wellness, enrichment, and longevity.

Get helpful tips on raising your pet by joining this Facebook community.

Join the Inside Scoop community to gain more knowledge about your pet’s overall well-being.

What is the criteria for joining?

You can sign up for their fan subscription at 10 USD a month. Subscription can be cancelled at any time, but by subscribing, you also help their non-profit organisation, Paws For Change

*Please note these rates are based on currency conversions at the time of writing this post and may fluctuate. 

Who’s behind it?

Content creators Dr. Karen Becker (an integrative wellness veterinarian) and Rodney Habib (a pet health leader and the founder of Planet Paws) teamed up to share their expertise to community members.

What makes this group unique?

Members get access to exclusive and up-to-date educational content from Becker and Habib. It includes Facebook Live Q&A sessions, mind-jam podcasts, DIY pet recipes, product reviews, videos, photos, polls, and discussions. Through the content offered, members can become more proactive owners that can provide their pets with the best care and nutrition to help extend their lives.

Members can also receive discounts on pet merchandise and other products.

How can I join the community?

Click here to join the private Facebook community.



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