Our experienced team of dog training volunteers recommend the following websites and blogs f or dog behavior and training.
- Dogstar Daily
- Whole Dog Journal
- 4 Paws University
- Eileen and Dogs Blog
- Notes from a Dogwalker
- Doggie Drawings Infographics
Would you like hands-on training and professional guidance to train your dog or puppy?Take a Behavior & Training Class
If you have a specific question or behavioral issue with your pet you’d like to discuss, call or email our Behavior Helpline.
We can often point pet owners in the right direction, solve minor issues, and even prevent a pet from being surrendered due to their behaviors in some instances.
The Helpline is checked regularly and messages will be returned by a behavior professional as soon as possible.
When contacting the Behavior Helpline, please include the following information:
- Your full name
- Your phone number
- The best time to return your call
- Type of animal (cat, dog, other)
- How long you’ve had the animal
- A brief summary of the problem or question
Call (503) 585-5900, ext. 318
Willamette Humane Society’s Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Annie Ingersoll, demonstrates how to each your dog to come when called.
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Willamette Humane Society’s Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Annie Ingersoll, demonstrates how to each your dog to lay down.
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