In two weeks is the fourth and final installment of Nevada Humane Society’s new seminar series for animal lovers — Understanding Your Pet’s Behavior with Certified Animal Behaviorist Kelley Bollen, MS, CABC. The goal is to share helpful information and to celebrate the role pets play in our lives. A $10 donation per person, per session, is requested and will support Nevada Humane Society’s lifesaving programs for dogs and cats.
The seminar series is open to adults and teens. The final seminar, focused on dog bite prevention, is on May 14:
May 14 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Dog Bite Prevention for Parents
This seminar teaches parents, and others who work with children, how to read a dog’s body language so you know if the dog is stressed when interacting with children. You will also learn what to teach your children so they are safe around dogs.
The seminar series is hosted by Nevada Humane Society, 2825 Longley Lane in Reno. All donations are accepted at the door. RSVPs are not required.
Kelley Bollen has more than 30 years of experience in the field of animal behavior. Her lively and engaging talks help people understand why their pets behave the way they do and provide advice for resolving problematic behaviors. The seminars offer an opportunity for pet parents and the general public to learn from an expert while giving back to homeless pets at Nevada Humane Society.
For more information about Nevada Humane Society, visit www.NevadaHumaneSociety.org or call 775-856-2000.
About Nevada Humane Society: Nevada Humane Society is a non-profit, charitable, animal shelter whose work is made possible by donations. The mission is to care for pets, find them homes and save lives. The vision is that all pets should have a healthy, happy life. The guiding principles are to promote humane treatment, relieve suffering, operate no-kill shelters and educate and engage the community. Our Federal Tax ID is 88-0072720.