®Pawprint People & Pets Education Series - Sit, Stay, Listen - This event has already occurred

Thursday, June 13, 2019 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Address:

Pickering Public Library (Maker Space) - One the Esplanade
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Event Type:

Pickering Public Library

Event Details:

Is your dog becoming a teenager? Are you overwhelmed? More education is always a good idea.

The Citizen Canine Seminar aims to shed light on many of the issues that surround the raising of a proper Canine Citizen. We will cover stress signals, use of a tether, environmental cues, barking, attention seeking, problem avoidance, power of play and one of the biggest issues...leash reactivity.  If your dog is vocal or lunges out towards other dogs or stimuli such as bikes and roller blades, this will give you some insight.

How to have a plan in place to avoid it happening later in your dogs life and how to help your dog see things differently is key to the teen years.

Presented by Gillian Ridgeway, you will be entertained and educated about staying on track with your canine pal. She is well known for her tell-it-like-it-is style and has been a key note speaker at Trainer & Veterinary Conventions across Ontario.  She has been featured on many media outlets, including City TV, The Social, Animal Planet and CTV.  Gillian has written articles in numerous publications including  being the feature writer for Dogs In Canada national publication for over 9 years. Her experience is second to none.

Registration is required.

A Library & City of Pickering Collaboration

Registration:

Registration is required. 

*Registration opened April 16th. Register at www.picnet.org.

 

 at picnet.org, by phone or in-person.

Age Group:

Adult

Event Organizer:

Pickering Public Library

Partners:

City of Pickering

Contact

Pickering Public Library

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