Denver, CO, July 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Elizabeth Bublitz, owner and author of Pawfriendly Landscapes, will be teaching a new course at the Denver Botanic Gardens about keeping pets safe during the holidays on November 7 from 7-9 pm. She will discuss toxic plants and how various holiday decorations and commonly served food items can be harmful to pets.
Elizabeth explains, "As a Colorado native, the Denver Botanic Gardens has been a cornerstone in our state. DBG has been so supportive of my company's philosophy - creating beautiful yet functional yards based on dogs' habits. I'm so lucky to be introducing a new topic to their curriculum. Above all, I'm delighted that they're open to educating the public about toxic plants and other hazards to pets during the holiday season."
She continues, "I have been teaching at DBG for almost 5 years now and each class has been an amazing experience. I've met the best people."
Elizabeth is the author of, "Pawfriendly Landscapes - How to Share the Turf When Your Backyard Belongs to Barney," and is a featured writer for The American Dog magazine. For more information, go to www.pawfriendlylandscapes.com