National Train Your Dog Month

Brush up on your dog's training or learn new skills in our dog and puppy training classes. 

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How to raise your child to be an animal lover

Raising your child to be an animal lover is about more than teaching compassion towards our furry friends. Kids who learn to be caring towards animals also learn important skills they can carry with them into adulthood, like empathy, self-confidence, and leadership.

As an animal-loving parent, how can you help foster this same love for animals in your children? Here are a few ways to show your kids just how wonderful animals are.

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100% of dessert sales go to help animals in need

On Valentine's Day, our friends at Pizza Luce are donating 100% of their dessert sales to Animal Humane Society.

Join us for dine-in, delivery, or takeout on Tuesday, February 14, and you can make a difference in the lives of animals in need. 

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Puppy 101: What to know as a new dog parent

Welcome to puppy parenthood! While some things are easy to expect with a new pup — like lots of playtime and cuddles — there are practices to put into place now to support your puppy so they can be the best version of themself.

Following these tips will benefit you and your new pet as you embark on this exciting journey together. Consider this your new puppy parent guide!

Bring out the best in your best friend

January is National Train Your Dog Month, and what better time to start your training journey with your dog than in the new year? 

Training classes at Animal Humane Society are taught by expert trainers to empower you and your dog to thrive in real-world situations. From Puppy Playgroups to specialty workshops, we offer a little something for every pup. If your furry friend needs specialized attention to work through challenges, we even offer private training.

Watch this video for an introduction to the Training Program at AHS, or learn more about the training classes we offer

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