Dog lovers invited to September workshop
July 30, 2012 by Sarah
On Saturday, September 8, the Foster Dog Orientation Workshop will happen at the Seattle Animal Shelter, Upper Conference Room, located at 2061 15th Avenue W, in Seattle Washington. This event runs from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.
For animal lovers and those who have considered adopting or fostering a dog that is in immediate need of a good parent and home, this event is bound to suit their expectations. It has been designed for anyone who has ever thought of adopting a dog or becoming the parent of a foster dog. Today’s animal shelter has dogs of various breeds that require temporary homes.
This event is sponsored by the Seattle Animal Shelter Volunteers and is open to people from all over the city, so everyone is welcome, although pre-registration is require. The program was designed as part of the public outreach and engagement plan. During this orientation, guests will learn proper care, handling, and treatment for dogs, as well as what is involved when it comes to being a foster parent for a dog or puppy. Much of this training session will be based on communication, presentation, and question and answer sessions.
People who wish to attend this orientation must be 18 years of age or older. Admission is free to all, but seating is limited. Flyer printing and poster printing may have been used to notify the public of this great learning opportunity. For more information on this event, please visit the Seattle Animal Shelter’s website or call the Shelter.