Conneaut Lake Bark Park will again offer educational seminars for dog owners. Seminars are open to the public and are held at the Dog House at the Bark Park. Seminars give the pet owner an opportunity to better understand the commitment and responsibility of owning a dog. Information about the seminars in January, February and March is listed below. Because of limited space, pre-registration is required. Seminars are held on the Bark Park property at the new Dog House. To register call the Dog House at 814-382-2267, or Sue at 814-382-2478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All Bark Park seminars are open to the public
Popular Doggie Massage Seminar Returns January 17th
The first Bark Park seminar for 2015 will be held on , and is entitled Doggie Massage. This seminar is appropriate for pets of all ages. Pet massage promotes socialization, trust and bonding between the owner and the dog. Pup-pies learn owners can touch all parts of the body in a gentle way. Older pets often benefit from the relaxation and muscle warming. Athletic pets can enjoy a sports massage before and after exercise. The sessions will be given by Carol Redlawski from Erie. There will be two identical sessions, each 1 ½ hour long, one beginning at and the other at . Each session is limited to 10 participants with their dog. The cost for the seminar is $9.00 and includes coffee and donuts with lots of fun and laughter. Dogs are definitely invited to attend this seminar.
Dogs 101, Bark Park Seminar February 28th
The seminar offers a great opportunity for the dog owner to find out answers to those puzzling problems on dog ownership. Topics will include curbing bad doggie behavior, crate issues, behavior warning signs, proper play, leash aggression, socializing your dog, and most any other questions presented by those in attendance. This is a two hour seminar, . and will be held at the Dog House at the Bark Park on Foust Road. The cost is $9.00 and includes plenty of coffee and donuts.
First Aid for Dogs, a Practical Approach,
First Aid for Dogs, a basic first aid class for dog owners, will be held at the Bark Park on Saturday, March 21st, from . Coffee and donuts will be provided. This class will give the dog owner some basic information on dealing with various medical emergencies including CPR, bleeding, poisoning, respiration, pulse, temperature, etc. Class participants will receive the Dog First Aid Book which includes a reference guide and CD. Cost of the class which includes the book is $28.00 and will be taught by an American Red Cross instructor but will not include certification for participants.