Workshops

Whatcom Humane Society is proud to offer informational animal-related workshops to the community.

Walk on the Wild Side
Protecting Baby Wildlife this Season
Tuesday, April 18 @ 6:00-7:30 pm

Alysha Elsby, WHS Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Manager & Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator, and Abbey Corbin, Wildlife Care Technician, will be presenting this great summer workshop.  They will be discussing topics related to summer wildlife such as feeding babies, nuisance control, what to do if you find a baby animal, when rescue is needed -and how you can best help our native wild animals this summer!  Plus, there will be a special appearance from one of our wild humane education ambassadors.

This class is FREE, but registration is required.  To reserve your seat, register here!  Questions?  Contact Zakia at outreach@whatcomhumane.org or call 360-733-2080 x3116.

 

 

 

 

Reactive Dogs
Recognizing, Managing & Improving

Saturday, April 22 @ 1:00-3:00 pm

Is your dog reactive in certain situations?  Or perhaps on leash?  This workshop, presented by Michael Nichols, the brains behind The Dog Guy, will help you determine the reason behind your dog’s behavior and what you can do to help.  Michael will discuss the different types of reactivity, talk about appropriate methods to manage & improve their responses and walk through the CARE method, including real life applications of this concept.  Reactivity in dogs can be a very challenging & frustrating issue, but we are here to help!

This class is FREE, but registration is required.  To reserve your seat, register here!  Questions?  Contact Zakia at outreach@whatcomhumane.org or call 360-733-2080 x3116.

Please DO NOT bring pets to this class.