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It's Potty Time!
Did you know that dogs are not considered potty trained until they have not had an accident for 90 days?
Dogs and cats can have a hard time learning our potty training routines for them. Join the behavioral team from the Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic (Mittsy Voiles, Alli Jerger, Danielle Bartz) to learn how to gently and quickly teach cats and dogs good toilet routines. You'll also learn what things don't work, and what things (rubbing noses in the mess) will make the problem much worse.
This workshop will cover the basics for dogs and cats who are being newly potty trained, as well as techniques to use to get back on track if toilet training has gone astray. Learn about common health problems that can throw off toileting behavior, and when to check in with your veterinarian.
Date: Monday, 2 April 2018
Location: Humane Society of Jefferson County (indoors)
Please RSVP by calling the Humane Society at 920-674-2048, or clicking "Going" on the Facebook page event. This helps us plan ahead! Thanks!
This event is free, but please consider bringing an item from the shelter's wish list, or a cash donation. Thank you!