One Night Only Benefit for
The Glendale Humane Society
“Brilliant Buddies” Rescued Puppies Training and Socialization Program
Sun Aug. 28th • 7:00-9:30pm
Paul’s Only Valley Seminar in 2011!
At this special evening event, LA local Paul Owens will explain how non-violent dog training methods have evolved from the early 1900s and the ways in which they have been influenced by the methods used to train dolphins and other animals.
Paul will also demonstrate the positive socialization and training methods that are being used at the Glendale shelter with a rescued dog named Delilah and the 10 puppies she recently gave birth to.
Attendees are invited to bring their dog training issues to the class and get advice on how to correct them; however, this is a class for humans only.
Seating is limited! Suggested Donation: $20
FELLOWSHIP CHURCH OF BURBANK
320 Angeleno Ave.
Please call the Glendale Human Society at (818) 242-1128 to let us know you’re coming!
Glendale Humane Society is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) humane rescue and education organization, founded in 1924. For more than 80 years, they have worked to find safe, loving homes for lost, unwanted and abandoned companion animals in Southern California.
A no-kill facility. The majority of their animals come from city and county shelters that routinely euthanize adoptable animals due to over-crowded conditions. Once here, these animals remain in our care until placed in loving, permanent homes.
Glendale Humane Society provides a compassionate no kill haven for dogs and cats while transitioning them into loving permanent homes. We foster a positive relationship between people and their pets through education. As a non profit organization, we rely on private donations and receive no funds from local, state or federal government. Our goal is to ensure as many dogs and cats as possible receive the second chance for life they deserve.
They can use all the help we can give LA
Glendale Humane Society
717 W. Ivy Street
Glendale, CA 91204
Email: [email protected]
Paul Owens : Paul lives here in Los Angeles, lucky us and “The best trainer” i have ever worked with
Paul is an official member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) and is endorsed by The National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (NADOI). Dog Whisperer Paul Owens has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, including PBS’s Pets: Part of the Family and the nationally syndicated Pet Files. His dog training articles and interviews have appeared in regional and national magazines and newspapers, including Life Magazine, Animal Wellness Magazine, The Pet Press, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, LA Parent, The Burbank Leader, and The APDT Chronicle of the Dog, among others.
Paul is the author of 1999’s best-selling dog training book, The Dog Whisperer: A Compassionate Nonviolent Approach to Dog Training now released again in an updated 2nd Edition, (2007) as well as the newly-released Puppy Whisperer book. He is featured on his dog training DVDs, The Dog Whisperer: Beginning and Intermediate Dog Training, and the new Dog Whisperer: Solving Common Behavior Problems.
His specialty is in the evaluation and behavior modification of aggressive dogs and he is frequently consulted and referred by veterinarians. Jeff Probst, Host of Survivor, says Paul is “hands down the best dog trainer I’ve ever worked with! His dog training DVD captures all of his professionalism and expertise in an effective and easy-to-follow format.”
He is also the founder/director of the children’s after-school, violence prevention program, Paws for Peace. Paul’s public service work includes bite prevention programs for children and monthly dog training seminars at humane societies and shelters.
Paul says “I believe nonviolence fosters nonviolence. Because of the link between dog and human behavior, nonviolent dog training contributes to helping build a world of peace for humans and dogs.”
For more information on Paul Owens, visit: www.raisewithpraise.com