Safe First Steps: Preparing Your Dog for Baby’s Arrival

Are you expecting a baby? You can help your dog adjust to life with an infant. During this presentation, we’ll talk about how to safely introduce your newborn to your dog. You’ll learn how to incorporate your dog into your family’s routine and how to address potential challenges. We’ll give you plenty of tips to start things off right. Plan ahead now – before baby arrives!

Bring your questions with you but please leave your pets at home.

When & Where

Saturday, June 2, 2018, 12:30 – 2 pm

Oregon Humane Society, Manners Hall
1067 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland, OR 97211

Instructor

Paulina Tahran, CPDT-KA

Price

Please bring a donation with you so we can continue offering training and behavior resources to our community. Suggested donation $15.

To Register

RSVP Now! Walk-ins also welcome, but in the event that too many people show up, walk-in attendees may not be able to participate. This class is for people only, thank you for leaving your pets at home!

Helping Paws: How Your Dog can be a Therapy Dog

Is your dog a future therapy dog? Find out during this session! Learn about Animal-Assisted Therapy and how you and your dog can become a Pet Partners Team. Bring your questions but leave your pets at home.

When & Where

Sunday, June 24, 2018, 1 – 2 pm

Oregon Humane Society, Manners Hall
1067 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland, OR 97211

Instructor

Lori Kirby, CPDT-KA

Price

Please bring a donation with you so we can continue offering training and behavior resources to our community. Suggested donation $15.

To Register

RSVP Now! Walk-ins also welcome, but in the event that too many people show up, walk-in attendees may not be able to participate. This class is for people only, thank you for leaving your pets at home!

Upcoming Workshops and Presentations

Help for your Leash-Reactive Dog – Sunday, August 12, 2018, 1 – 2:30 pm RSVP Now! 

Check back soon for information about this and other upcoming workshops! We also offer a Problem Pooch class each month to answer your specific behavior questions.