Join us on Tuesday, February 20, at 5:30 p.m. for the first PETtalks lecture of the new year! We are excited to host Lauren Brubaker, a Ph.D. student at Oregon State University, as she dives into human behavior and how it impacts our animal friends. Whether you’re … Continue reading
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How is animal cruelty dealt with in our state’s criminal justice system? Join us for July’s PETtalks, Oregon’s Animal Cruelty Deputy DA Jake Kamins as he walks us through the process from start to finish. He will talk about how animal cruelty cases are reported, … Continue reading →
Love your dog but not all his behavior? Ever wonder why your best four-legged friend does those things anyway? Join Willamette Humane Society for PETtalks, our monthly lecture series! Come and learn why dogs bark, dig, and jump on guests, as well as other frustrating … Continue reading →
Join Willamette Humane Society for PETtalks, our monthly lecture series! Why do we call dogs “man’s best friend?” Learn about the ethology and psychology behind attachment bonds—the science that drives this age-old connection between humans and canines. We will discuss what scientists know about the … Continue reading →
Join Willamette Humane Society for PETtalks, our monthly lecture series, on Thursday, April 13! Do you know a cat that hisses, scratches or bites people in the home? Or even other cats? Have you experienced aggressive behavior from your own cat? You are not alone. … Continue reading →
Bird lovers won’t want to miss this month’s PETtalks lecture, happening on Thursday, March 9 at 6 p.m. Join bird expert and trainer Chris Shanks for an evening all about parrots. Parrots can be noisy, messing, destructive, and just plain annoying; but, parrots are also … Continue reading →
Horse lovers won’t want to miss this month’s PETtalks lecture, happening on Thursday, February 9 at 6 p.m. Spend the evening with local expert Lorri Rasmussen, a farrier for barefoot horses, as she discusses the examples of proper equine movement set forth by wild mustangs. … Continue reading →