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Our public education classes provide training and resources for adopters and other members of the community, with the goal of helping pets stay in their homes for a lifetime. Here are some of the classes we’ll be offering later this year:

Pet CPR and first aid: This three-hour, hands-on course certifies pet owners and those involved in animal welfare in how to administer emergency CPR and first aid to both dogs and cats until veterinary care can be reached. Next class takes place on May 5th.

Canine massage therapy: A certified therapist will discuss the advantages of canine massage and demonstrate a range of techniques that attendees can use with their own dogs.

Introducing dog to new baby: Bringing home a new baby is a major transition, and it can also be a big adjustment for your dog. This session will focus on how to set your dog up for success in navigating the changing dynamics of life with a new baby, toddler, and young children in general.

To receive updates on upcoming classes and information on how to register, email public.ed@neas.org with the subject line “subscribe.” We hope to see you there!