July heralds the return of Muttstock, a unique dog-centric event welcoming dogs, their owners, and dog lovers in general.
“Muttstock is a popular event because people love to get outside with their dogs,” said Jaz Rayne, vice president of Muttstock Alberta Rescue Benefit Society (MARBS). “Not many festivals for humans allow dogs to attend, so the option to bring your dog to an event geared towards dogs and their owners is fantastic.”
Rayne explained MARBS is presenting Muttstock this year. Newly created, MARBS allows organizers to work as non-profit charity. Continue reading Bring your dog to Eastwood’s favourite fest Muttstock has entertainment for dogs and owners
Your dog may be your best friend, but responsible pet ownership makes you a good neighbour.
Keith Scott, the city’s coordinator of animal control, said common pet issues include excessive barking, dog control, defecation, and licensing. Continue reading Owning a pet brings responsibilities Responsible pet owners create a safer community
Manners and etiquette is equally important for people and pets.
Etiquette includes basic training and awareness, said Kathy Belec, owner of Raise the Woof and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA). Continue reading Minding your manners in the canine world Knowing the basics of pet etiquette helps everyon
Eastwood Community League will soon be offering dog training.
The six week course will run once a week for an hour. No time or date has been finalized, but information will be available on the Eastwood Community League Facebook page.
The idea to host dog training classes stemmed from MuttStock, a dog-related festival held at Eastwood Community League.
Continue reading Teaching good behaviour to man’s best friend Eastwood Community League offers six week dog training course