Babies and Dogs Seminar
Presented by Jennifer Anderson RVT, ABCDT
Saturday October 21st from 10:00am-1:00pm
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In the northwest and across the country, young children are getting closer to dogs than ever before. As home sizes shrink, yards get smaller, and dogs are more frequently found in public spaces, dogs and young children find themselves vying for the same territory. We all believe that sharing our lives with a dog is an excellent source of companionship for the whole family and a way to teach love and responsibility to our children, but it also brings a host of challenges and safety concerns that frequently go undiscussed today.
Northwest based dog trainer, safety expert, and fellow mom, Jennifer Anderson, will be discussing her real-life, daily practices designed to make your home safer for dogs and children to coexist. Her dog training and dog safety focused business, Pawsitive Transformation, helps to train dogs to be happy in sharing their homes with children, ease the minds of overworked parents, and make busy family days more manageable. Jennifer has over 10 years of experience as a registered veterinary technician (RVT) and is a certified dog trainer (ABCDT). She has worked for the humane society training and rehabilitating at risk dogs, and currently works with several Northwest based rescues educating staff and volunteers on proper dog safety and management. Her motto is, “Safer is Do-able”.
Jennifer Anderson’s Babies and Dogs Seminar Saturday, October 21st, 10:00-1:00 pm will discuss:
K9 Body Language - how to understand your dog’s emotional state.
Dog Distractions - preventing boredom, frustration, and jealousy.
Designing a “Safe Zone” - giving dogs their own space.
Keep it Positive - good things ALWAYS happen around children.
How to apply safe principles to your daily life.
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