Do you like haunted houses and monster masks? It’s fun to be a little bit scared, but real fear is nothing to joke about. Last week, we covered how to recognize fear in your dog’s body language. Now we’ll begin to explore how to help … Continue reading
Posts tagged "behavior and training"
October is here already and the stores are packed with scarecrows, pumpkins and pies. I’m planning my costume for Bowser’s Boo Bash – are you coming? Greatest costume party in Oregon, for sure, with all benefits to our animals here at WHS! Halloween can be … Continue reading →
What did you do this summer? Did you go for a hike? Take a kayak trip? Plant a garden? Try some new foods? Whatever activity or adventure you enjoy, you probably find yourself refreshed, reset and able to get back to work with a new … Continue reading →
So you love dogs and want to be around them more? Maybe you have even thought about being a dog trainer? But where would you go for that, you ask? Why not right here at Willamette Humane Society? We’ve got multiple ways for you to … Continue reading →
Recently I was lucky enough to travel to the east coast on a business trip. After a week of work, which included coaching new professional dog trainers and working closely with St. Hubert’s Animal Shelter and CATCH Academy staff, Chelsea Rock, WHS Behavior Training Coordinator, … Continue reading →