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As part of the “Conférences-Ateliers”, the Services animaliers de Salaberry-de-Valleyfield will offer citizens of Valleyfield a free first conference aimed at better communicating with your dog.

Starting at 7:30 p.m., canine educator and behavior consultant, Nadine Caron, will be giving her most popular lecture to dog owners: “Entre chiens et nous”. Specialist Nadine Caron has been recognized for over 20 years in dog training and behavioral advice for dogs. This passionate professional, member of the Association for Force-Free Pet Professionals (PPGUILD), is an expert judge in canine behavior for the program “Mordu de toi” on Canal Vie. She is also the co-founder of the RQIEC (Canine Education Consultant in Quebec). Nadine Caron also has a very complete training as a dog behaviour educator and zootherapist.

“Does a good relationship with your dog come about only through his obedience?”. This is the question Mrs. Nadine Caron asks to begin her lecture. “By passing on my knowledge about dog behavior, I want to change the perceptions and expectations of owners towards their pet. This is an essential first step in developing a harmonious relationship and communicating effectively,” explains the canine educator. Participants will also be able to ask questions and address their concerns.

Photo Mme Nadine Caron

The 90-minute conference will be held at the Édifice Raphaël-Barrette, 222 rue Alphonse-Desjardins. The vaccination passport must be presented at the entrance. Registration is required: 450 377-2428.

Through the development of “Conférences-Ateliers”, the Services animaliers de Salaberry-de-Valleyfield are improving their service offering to the Valleyfield population and its animals. It should be reminded that the organization is particularly at the service of hygiene and environmental sanitation. It is mandated by the city to recover and welcome lost, abandoned, injured, stray, distressed or seized animals, register dogs and cats, encourage the sterilization of cats and control populations, offer an adoption service and respond to certain emergencies.

Mélanie Calvé


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