Saturday, the 25th @1247 Queen St. East Tom&Sawyer will be hosting another fantastic free dog care seminar at 1pm. Tomorrow’s guest speakers will be Caryn Liles, owner and lead trainer at the TCCE (I’m sure many of you already know Caryn, and how amazing she is!) and Judy Freedman from Petsmile Canada. Tomorrow’s topic will be dental health, and how to handle your pet when grooming.
Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Month? Do you brush your dog’s or cat’s teeth on a regular basis? If the answer is “no,” you’re not alone. If you can’t even imagine Rover sitting still at the sight of a tooth brush or nail clippers, we have a seminar just for you!
Join us Saturday, February 25th from 1-2pm for our free seminar Handle with Care w/ Caryn Liles, Cpdt-Ka, lead trainer and owner of The Toronto Centre for Canine Education & Judy Freedman from Petsmile Canada.
In this seminar, we will cover:
– The best way to approach an anxious pet for cleaning their teeth, trimming their nails, or giving them a bath
– The significance of good dental care, and the effect it has on your pet’s overall health
– Product & tool recommendations that will make you & your furry companions lives MUCH easier!
Your furry companions are welcome to join in the fun! Please mind, however, that the seminar will last upwards of an hour, so if your pet is reactive to other dogs, or does not like to be still for a long period of time, it may be best for them to stay home for this event.
Attendees will also receive a complimentary Tom&Sawyer/TCCE/Petsmile “Doggy Bag.” We hope to see you there!
About Caryn Liles:
Caryn is a Toronto-based Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Knowledge-Assessed, the first and only Certified Separation Anxiety Trainer in Canada, as well as the first professional trainer in Ontario to become a Fear Free Certified Professional. She is the founder of Whatta Pup! (est.2008) and The Toronto Centre for Canine Education (est. 2012).
For more, visit www.thetcce.com.
Petsmile is the first toothpaste to be awarded the Veterinary Oral Health Council Seal of Acceptance, which found that it met the pre-set VOHC standards for retarding accumulation of dental plaque. They found that with regular use of Petsmile, dogs had significantly less plaque, better oral health, and fresher breath.
For more, visit www.petsmile.ca.
So if you have an anxious pooch, who can’t stand to have their nails trimmed, or being bathed, etc., this is the seminar for you! All attendees will receive a complimentary “Doggy Bag” and we’ll have 50% off on selected accessories. We hope to see you there!
Visit the event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/389398451425504/