January 12, 2021 - February 9, 2021
Understanding Service & Therapy Dogs in Saskatchewan
Hosted by Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization
January 12th, 26th, and February 9th from 2pm until 3:30pm CST
In this three-part series of free informative sessions, certified service dog trainer Derek Snow will lead participants over Zoom in learning more about these incredibly important animals. Derek, who runs Moose Jaw’s No Dog Left Behind Training Centre, will support participants in understanding the ins and outs of what it means for a dog to be certified as a service animal, the impact these dogs can have, and how to properly support a service dog handler in the workplace.
To book your spot, please email Listen to Dis’ programming coordinator, Shelby Lowe, at Shelby.Lowe@listentodis.com.
Workshop 1 (Jan. 12): Meet the man and learn the difference between Service and Therapy dogs.
Workshop 2 (Jan. 26): Service and Therapy dogs in the workplace
Workshop 3 (Feb. 9): The impact of service & therapy dogs in our lives (or at home)
Derek Snow is the Lead Trainer at No Dog Left Behind Training and Behaviour Consulting. NDLB is a dog training business serving clients in Moose Jaw, Regina and South Central Saskatchewan.
ASL interpretation will be provided from Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services and all sessions are free.