Berlin-Peck Memorial Library
Dog Safety and Bite
Dog Safety and Bite Prevention
Berlin-Peck Memorial Library

Tuesday, Jun. 12, 6:30 pm
Description: Dogs are an important part of many people's lives! And, knowing the right and wrong ways to interact with them is key. It is especially vital for peopel to learn how to act around dogs because, let's face it: dog bites happen. But here's the good news: many bites are preventable with a little education. This program will provide the tools needed to be safe around dogs, including how to understand dog body language; how to safely approach, greet, and interact with friendly dogs; and what to do when approached by an unfamiliar dog.

Presented by Elizabeth Merow of the CT Humane Society.  
As an admission to the program, we'd like to request you bring a donation item (pet supplies or pet food) for the humane society. 

The Connecticut Humane Society is in need of...
Clay litter ***CHS is urgently in need of this item.***
Cat, dog and small animal toys (we especially need cat toys!) ***CHS is unable to accept catnip toys.***
Kong toys (any size appreciated for both cats and dogs)
Snuggle Safe microwave heat disks
New or gently used towels, blankets, bedding (must be machine washable)
New litter boxes
Cat scratchers by STRETCH AND SCRATCH
CareFresh bedding for small animals
Paper towels
Yesterday's News litter
Large garbage bags, (heavy duty only, 55 gal.)
Slow feeder bowls
Kitten bottles
Ballpoint pens
Kitten food (especially canned Royal Canin and canned Friskies)
Busy bones
Soft training treats (Zuke's are recommended)
Small animal toys (for mice, hamsters, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, etc.)
Friskies canned food
Oxbow Guinea pig and rabbit food
Soft cat treats
Newspaper without inserts
2 gallon ZipLock bags.
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