Chewed shoes? Soiled floors? Barking? Pulling?
If any of these “doggie misdemeanors,” sound familiar, then learn how to control your four-legged problem child by attending our Dog Smarts 101 classes!
The class, hosted by Broward County Animal Care and Adoption and taught by Certified Professional Dog Trainer Dawn Hanna, provides pet parents with some important information to make dog ownership easier for both the dog and his family.
Dog Smarts 101 is open to all residents and is free of charge. Since the class is not a dog training session, no pets are permitted. Advance registration is not required.
Each class is on held on the second Tuesday of every month, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the West Regional Library, 8601 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation.
The 2013 dates are as follows:
January 8 – Library Conference Room 230
February 12—Library Auditorium
March 12-Library Conference Room 230
April 9—Library Auditorium
May 14—Library Auditorium
June 11—Library Auditorium
July 9—Library Auditorium
August 13—Library Auditorium
September 10—Library Auditorium
October 8—Library Auditorium
November 12—Library Auditorium
December 10—Library Auditorium