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Kids and Dogs- Learning to Live Together

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When:

  • Tue 13 Sep ’11, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • Tue 20 Sep ’11, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Where:

Foundation Of The Blind, 96 Bristol Street, St Albans, Christchurch

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

This evening's presentation is two parts.

The first part is a presentation to kids and parents is around how to stay safe around dogs, and how a dog communicates his feelings to us and other dogs. It is a fascinating world of dog communication.

The second part is consolidation of what you've learned by playing the Doggone Crazy Board Game. The boardgame revises what they learned in the first part in a fun way.

Kids have told us that they love playing the Doggone Crazy Board Game the best. We've also been told by parents that although they may have had dogs for 20 years, they have still learned some interesting things about dogs...

You leave the evening with some very handy handouts that you can keep around the house.

Age of participants: any age... young, teenagers, to adults!

More information about the presentation:
http://nakeddog.co.nz/doggone_bite_prevention.htm

Registration:
http://nakeddog.co.nz/doggone_bite_prevention.htm
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About us:

The School of the Naked Dog is a training establishment which specialises in dog training for kids, adults in a class, or at your home. We offer solutions to your dog's annoying behaviour like biting, digging, pulling on a lead, toileting inside, jumping up on people. We educate and give you suggestions and activities that you can do with your animal companion.

We offer have a programme for aggressive, and lead reactive dogs.

How to contact us:

Ring landline 389 4065, cellphone on 021 82 DOGS (3647) or email: info@nakeddog.co.nz

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