Humane Education Program
Our age-appropriate presentations encourage pet owners and families to build a positive, happy relationship with their pet dogs by understanding a dog's needs and the correct way to safely approach a strange dog.
Our presenters pair up with our therapy dog teams and work together to provide education for children in schools, libraries, or at community events.
During the 45 minute presentation, we discuss how to:
understand and care for a pet dog
recognize a dog's body language
how to approach a stranger's dog for petting
Children are encouraged to practice what they have learned in a safe environment, using our therapy dog teams.
May 2022 Presentations
Our teams had the opportunity to visit Hazel Lake Elementary in May to present information about dogs and provide information and color books to the students on dog care and the safest way to pet a dog. Unfortunately we do not have photos from the event.
With a parent's guidance, a young child practices petting Koda in just the right spot.
Dottie is a charming Dachshund who helps teach the kids how small dogs welcome pets and touches.
Shaggy Doo welcomed the Boy Scouts with pets and owner Tammy answered questions about care and feeding of a dog.