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The Differently Abled & Canine Massage and Acupressure Workshop

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Co-hosted by DFW Rescue Me & Animal Allies of Texas

Differently Abled Workshop. Understanding Deaf, Blind and Deaf-Blind Dogs; how to communicate, adopt and what to expect
Whether you have a dog that is losing or has lost their vision/hearing, work for a shelter, volunteer with a rescue, are a potential adopter or are interested in seeing your No Kill initiative reach out to the differently abled, this is a great seminar for you to learn how to help them! Handouts with touch charts & hand signs for commands, handouts for shelters and rescues to use when adopting differently abled dogs and live demonstrations of differently abled dogs performing basic obedience and agility are all part of this seminar. This is a four hour workshop.

Skillful Paws Canine Massage and Acupressure Workshop
Come learn how to give your dog a relaxing massage. Great for anxiety, fear, increasing the bond with your dog and helping them cope at vets offices! During this workshop, you will see live demonstrations and learn by working with your own dog. You will learn how to give a relaxation massage and receive individual instruction from a professional practitioner. This is a two hour hands-on workshop. Bring a blanket and/or pillow, we will be sitting on the floor throughout this portion of the workshop.

Saturday, April 27, 2013
11:30am – 1:30pm Canine Massage and Accupressure Workshop
1:30pm – 2:00pm Break
2:00pm – 6:00pm Differently Abled Workshop

There is a limit of 20 attendees so early pre-registration is encouraged!
Each workshop is $40 each or $60 if you register for both.

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4 Comments

  1. where is this going to be held and are you supposed to bring your dog? can I attend without my dog? thank you.
    Pam

  2. Hello I would still like a response to my questions before I register.
    Pam Knippa

  3. I asked and was told you could also use one of the instructors dog if you can’t bring your own.

    Carrie~
    4Paws Farm Inc.

    • Ok, could someone explain more to me about my dog’s participation? I have two smaller dogs, and they don’t ride well for long distances. But if it is important I have a dog for this I’ll consider bringing one…..

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