Animal behaviour is a fascinating subject that is constantly evolving into a more complex study into how animals act and think. Want to learn more about animal behaviour? We welcome you to join us for one (or more!) of these informative sessions!

For more information, please call 403-723-6019 or email us.


Old Pet, New Baby

New sights, smells, sounds and strollers; Baby’s arrival can spell drastic change in your home. Imagine how your pet feels! Don’t wonder how Rover will feel about the new family member or fret about Frisky’s reaction – set your pets up for success! The Calgary Humane Society’s animal behaviour coordinators will teach you how to prepare your pets before baby arrives and show you how to successfully introduce them to your child.

This seminar is held once or twice a month at the Calgary Humane Society. This evening class runs for about two hours. This is a lecture, not an animal training session, so please leave your animals at home.

Upcoming Sessions:
Future dates are coming soon…

Location:
Calgary Humane Society
4455 – 110 Ave S.E.

To register: Call Alberta Health Services at 403-781-1450 or visit their web site at www.birthandbabies.com

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Tellington TTouch Companion Animal Training

The Calgary Humane Society uses innovative, humane approaches to working with animals called Tellington TTouch. We host a couple six-day TTouch training sessions each year held at our facility. To learn more about TTouch, please visit TTouch’s Canadian website.

TTouch was developed by internationally recognized animal expert, Linda Tellington-Jones. The program is based on cooperation and respect and it can greatly influence the the health and performance of our animals. TTouch establishes a deeper rapport between humans and animals through increased understanding and effective communication.

Upcoming Sessions:
Future dates are coming soon…

To register: visit the TTouch Canada web site

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Dogsafe Canine First Aid 101

This course is designed to teach you the knowledge and skills to deal with a sick or injured dog until veterinary care is available. The topics are covered in-depth so that students have a thorough understanding of the principles of canine first aid. Since this is a very comprehensive course, we need your full attention and dogs do not come to class.

For more information on the Dogsafe Canine First Aid course, please click here

The course will be 8 hours long and the class will fit a maximum of 12 students. There is no required prerequisite for this seminar. The minimum age to participate is 14 years or 10 years when accompanied with an adult. To Register, click the date you are interested in from the list below.

Upcoming Sessions:
Future dates are coming soon…

 

Cost:  $149  

Location:
Calgary Humane Society
4455 – 110 Ave S.E.

 

 

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