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Charlie’s Do More Naturally Series at Godfrey’s Dogdom

Instructor Cindy Crass-Harnerwill host two workshops as part of Charlie’s Do More Naturally Series at Godfrey’s–Welcome to Dogdom, in Mohnton. Creating a Chemical-Free Home for Pets from 1 to 3 p.m., March 10, will cover basic and proper use of essential oils for humans and dogs. Participants will receive a booklet, Animals 101: Essential Oil Guide to Animals, and make and take three different fragrance-free, dye-free and preservative-free products to use in their homes: a spray cleaner, a glass jar with wipes and paw and hand sanitizers. Items will be infused with Young Living essential oils. 

Reiki I Certification for People and Their Pets will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 30. Participants will receive four attunements, as well as instruction on how to use reiki, a form of energy healing, with animals and people.


Cost, including materials: Chem- Free Living, $30. Reiki, $75. Cash or check payment made to Cindy on day of workshop. Location: Godfrey's-Welcome to Dogdom retail building, 4267 New Holland Rd., Mohnton. To register, call Cindy at 610-781-7074 or email her at For more information, visit

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