Edu-Paw organizes a dog training day

Edu-Paw VOLUNTEERS recently organized a dog training day for the children in class 10 to teach them basic dog training skills.

The organization’s founder, Cathy Keegan, thanked Robyn Dunbar and Irene Moussouris of the Umbogintwini Dog Training Club, for spending the morning teaching the children some basic dog training tips.

“The dogs so enjoyed the incentive of the liver treats made by Irene from Good Dog Barkery and the liver bread made by Robyn. The kids were amazed to learn how smart their dogs are,” Keegan said.

She also thanked Robyn, who runs their ‘Operation Chilly Dog’, to ensure all dogs have blankets and jackets in the winter, and Alida Schempers, Sue Nelson and Irene Moussouris who are part of the team. cold dogs.

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“We are also grateful to the many other people who donated fabric and sewed for this project,” Keegan said.

For more information, contact Cathy Keegan on 084 579 3237. You can also visit the Facebook Edu-Paw page.

To donate money to their canine care program, use the following bank details: Amanzimtoti SPCA, FNB account number: 62807184552, agency code: 220127, reference: Edu Paw.


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