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Pet Meets Baby - Introducing Your Pets to the New Baby (Attleboro2017)
Thu, April 20, 2017, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
This seminar is designed for any parent or caretaker who is expecting, adopting, fostering, or sitting for a new baby and who has pets at home. Dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, and critters may be discussed, depending on audience need. Helpful tricks, tips, and advice will be shared that can be implemented immediately. The sooner you prepare your pets, the better your chances of success! Course includes helpful handouts, CD of baby noises, plenty of Q&A, training resources, and more. Warwick location also available.
Registration (is per FAMILY, not per person)
$8 in advance online or $10 at the door for non-sold-out events (check ahead for "at the door" availability). Seats are limited!
Registration is per expectant family (spouses, partners, friends, parents, etc.). Registration is NOT per person.
Refunds & Cancelations:
Class may be canceled due to inclement weather or lack of interest (fewer than two couples)
Purchased tickets for canceled classes will be refunded, less the online registation fees
Attendee no-shows or cancelations received after 24hrs before start time will not be refunded
You are welcome to bring a snack or beverage that is not "disruptive" to others
No pets and no children please
Katenna Jones is the owner of Jones Animal Behavior and has over 15 years experience working with cats and dogs. As a certified trainer & behavior consultant, she offers private in-home behavior consultations as well as group dog classes. Katenna holds an MS from Brown where she studied animal behavior, is a published author, contributes to numerous local & national publications, and is an international speaker.
Jane Greco Deming is the principal at Jane Greco Deming & Associates and has over 30 years experience in animal welfare, zoo management, and humane education. Jane currently provides humane education programs through OSAC, and is well respected for the creation of many innovative humane education programs and project. Further, Jane has been published in many local and national papers and magazines including USA Today and serves on several Boards, including as an advisor to the national Association of Professional Humane Educators and Southwick’s Zoo's Earth Ltd Zoo Education Project.