Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Bark Park Seminar: Dogs 101
The mission of the Bark Park is to promote responsible pet ownership while providing an opportunity for dog owners to be better informed on issues surrounding the health and welfare of their dog. Each winter, the Bark Park provides Saturday seminars covering a variety of topics of interest to the pet owner. The first seminar is scheduled for February 23rd, and is entitled “Dogs 101.” The presenters will be Katara Peters along with Robin Peterson, and Cricket Dignall.
This is an opportunity to find out specific answers to many of the questions you have regarding the behavior of your dog. Topics covered will include: crate training; clicker training; shaping your dog’s behavior; socializing your dog; dealing with fear and aggression; and how to deal with a variety of other problems the pet owner will often encounter.
Seminars are three hours in length, 9:00 to 12:00, and are held at Station 2 Fire Hall on Route 18, East Side of Conneaut Lake. The cost of each seminar is $12.00, and includes donuts and coffee. Pre-registration is required by calling Sue Anderson at (814)382-2478 or emailing her at:: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional seminars include: First Aid for Dogs, All Natural Food, treats and possible treatments, and chiropractic/
massage and doggie yoga. Additional seminars are scheduled for March and April, and will be listed on the Bark Park
web site at: www.conneautlakebarkpark.com.