During the year, our team from The Lost Dogs’ Home work with the broader community to promote better pet ownership by empowering the people who care for their companion animals through education and access to affordable pet care services. For the remainder of 2020, our main focus will be continuing to partner with local Councils to deliver our very popular mobile Microchipping and Desexing Initiative (MADI) events.
Join us for the next event in the Hume City Council Dogs in the Park behaviour training series on Sunday, 1 March at Broadmeadows Dogs Park.
Come along to either 10am or 11:30am session and learn how to enhance your dog’s experience at parks and public spaces, keeping them happy and safe. The Lost Dogs’ Home behaviour team will take owners and dogs through a one-hour interactive session, where you will learn more on:
– Understanding your dog’s body language and behaviour
– Positive reinforcement training
– Recall at the park
– Play and enrichment ideas at home
The Lost Dogs’ Home behaviour trainers will be on hand to answer your specific questions.
All dogs are welcome. Please ensure they are on-lead and remember to bring some of your dog’s favourite training treats!
This is a free community event, however bookings are required – trybooking.com/595841
Dogs in the Park is proudly presented by Hume City Council and The Lost Dogs’ Home.
Please keep checking our page for information on all our upcoming events, or feel free to contact our Community Outreach team directly on email@example.com