Avoiding Dog Park Danger with Sue Sternberg
Sue Sternberg in a three-hour presentation:
What is really going on at the dog park?
Sue Sternberg is the founder and director of Rondout Vally Animals for Adoption, a not-for-profit open admission animal shelter in Upstate New York. She is an expert in dog aggression and an innovator in the field of shelter dog welfare. She develops programs to prevent pet relinquishment and overpopulation, to match families with safe pets and to help shelters attend to the mental health of the animals in their care.
Sternberg runs national programs dedicated to helping shelters ensure safe and lasting dog adoptions through behavioral and temperament assessments.
If you want to learn more about what constitutes appropriate and safe dog-to-dog interactions, or if you want to know "when to say when" at the dog park, DO NOT MISS THIS PRESENTATION.
This is a rare opportunity to hear Sternberg in an intimate setting. If you go to the dog park, you should not miss this presentation.
You owe it to your dog!
Tuesday, July 16 6pm - 9pm, $100 per person
Call of the Wild School for Dogs
Very limited space available. Call 773-539-1088 to reserve!