Greene County News Report
YELLOW SPRINGS — Glen Helen is welcoming furry dog friends and their humans to participate in various activities over the weekend.
Pet First Aid & CPR Certification
This program will allow participants to learn the benefits of pet CPR and first aid with Bob Weisenberger, master certified pet first aid/CPR instructor. Within this intensive four-hour course, participants will learn and administer CPR utilizing K-9 CPR mannequins. Certification provides the necessary skills to put owner and client minds at ease and help you tackle potential emergencies with clear understanding and skill. It is slated for 12-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19 at Glen Helen’s Camp Greene Lodge, 3450 Grinnell Road for a cost of $40. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time, which can be done by visiting http://bit.ly/2f8LmW7.
Tails on the Trail
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Glen as while getting a “dog fix” by sharing a trail adventure with adoptable pups from Paw Patrol. The dogs stay happy, healthy and well-adjusted with valuable time spent outdoors, while participants have fun providing them vital socialization time prior to adoption. Participants are invited to bring their own pup or take a turn walking an adoptable friend. Proceeds benefit Glen Helen and Paw Patrol of Dayton. It is scheduled for 10-11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 20 at the Trailside Museum, 505 Corry Street, for a cost of $5. Visit http://bit.ly/2g2Q6vE to purchase tickets.
Trail Training with Captain Spish
Join Kyle Adams, dog behavior consultant with Captain Spish Dog Behavior, for an in-depth dogs on the trail training workshop. Adams will offer insight on having a better understanding on dog behavior while hiking, leash etiquette and socialization, pet safety and maneuvering while on the trail. Following the training and put newfound skills to work as participants will take their pups on a hike through the Glen with guidance from Captain Spish. It is slated for 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20 at the Talus Trail Meadow, next to the Trailside Museum. Tickets cost $6 per pet and can be found by visiting http://bit.ly/2fAJzcT.
Greene County News Report compiled by Whitney Vickers.