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Puppy Romps!

Socialization is one of the most crucial components to raising a puppy, and that can often be difficult to do while keeping your puppy safe from disease.  Exposing your puppy to new dogs when he is young can help prevent behavioral problems as he matures. Puppies can also learn how to play, bite and mouth each other in an appropriate way. Come expose your puppy to other healthy puppies and allow them to run, play and socialize!

 

Our trainers will be on hand to answer questions you have about raising a puppy, potty-training, play-biting and more.

 

Are you interested in taking Puppy Training Classes? Check out our Puppy Manners Program!

 

 

Instructor

 

Jenna Kirby, CPDT-KA

 

 

When & Where

 

Saturday, November 22, 2014

5 - 5:45 pm

 

Saturday, December 6, 2014

5 - 5:45 pm

 

Saturday, December 13, 2014

5 - 5:45 pm

 


Manners Hall

Oregon Humane Society
Animal Medical and Learning Center

 

 

Price

 

Please bring a donation that you can afford in the form of check or cash so that we can continue to help our community with classes like this. 

 

 

Requirements

 

Your dog must be:

1.  Up-to-date on vaccinations for puppies: 2 rounds of DHLPP or da2pp vaccinations required, bordatella recommended.

2. Age: 5 months of age and younger.

3. Rabies vaccination and our spay/neuter requirement are not required as dogs are under 6 months of age.

4. Puppies should be free of any symptoms of illness: no coughing, sneezing, diarrhea, vomiting, etc.  If you cannot attend due to your puppy's illness, you will be able to come to a later class instead.

 

 

To Register

 

  1. Please ensure your puppy meets the requirements listed above for your puppy's safety as well as the safety of others' puppies.
  2. No need to pre-register, but Puppy Romp is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. In the event too many puppies come, some folks may not be able to attend.
  3. Please bring a donation that you can afford if possible so we can continue offering training and behavior resources to our community. Suggested donation $5.
 

 

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