Casper animal protection officers offering new dog obedience classes
By Brendan LaChance on September 7, 2021
(Police Department Casper)
CASPER, Wyo – The Casper Police Department announced Tuesday that their animal welfare unit is launching a new range of dog obedience courses.
“We are pleased to be able to offer this service to our community,” said animal welfare officer Sarah Price. “By teaching your dog basic obedience, you are helping to keep him and other animals in our community safe. The quality of life of the animal also increases when the relationship between the animal and the owner is strengthened through obedience training. ”
“Our animal welfare department responds to multiple calls a day that could have been avoided if the animals had been obediently trained. To recognize this community need, the APO unit created these courses with the aim of better serving the community. “
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Price will be teaching the courses as she is an internationally certified K-9 trainer, according to Casper PD.
Classes take place in Wells Park in Casper and are public. To participate, people must make a $ 5 donation to the Casper Humane Society.
Course options begin on Sunday September 12th and are open to the public. Lessons take place every Sunday until October 17th.
“Pre-registration is required. Please visit CasperPolice.Org/BDOC for registration forms and additional information, ”said Casper’s PD.
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