Family Dog center offers special classes next week
02/23/2013 7:24 AM
02/23/2013 7:26 AM
Family Dog Training & Behavioral Center, 6106 W. 69th St. North in Valley Center, is offering special classes next week for dogs and their owners.
“How Smart Is Your Dog?,” a two-day workshop meeting Monday and Wednesday, will cover the difference between trainability and intelligence, problem solving skills and obedience skills. Learn how to teach skills quickly and retain the lesson, as well as ways to harness the high energy level of your pup. Class time is 6 p.m., and cost is $40 for the two-day session.
“Leash Work Revisited,” another two-day session, is an intensive course designed to break down leash work, teach it step by step and help you and your dog feel more comfortable and confident while on a walk. The class meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and the cost is $40 for the two-day session.
Class sizes will be limited; call 316-755-2839 for enrollment or more information.
Spay-neuter clinic needs donations of supplies
Spay-Neuter Kansas Inc., a clinic that provides low-cost spaying and neutering of pets for low-income owners, needs donations of office supplies, paper towels, hydrogen peroxide and distilled water.
Bring donations to the Spay-Neuter Kansas clinic at 319 S. Hydraulic between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays or call 316-263-4200 to make other arrangements.
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