Thursday, September 4, 2014

Back to School Goes to the Dogs at the Ottawa Humane Society With a Special Deal for Canine Scholars

Jake (A170794) is one of the featured dogs this month.
September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month and part of being a good pet parent is setting up your newly adopted dog for success. There’s no better way to start the school year off on the right paw than by teaching an Ottawa Humane Society dog some new tricks with obedience training.

Adopt a canine companion this month and sign up your furry pupil for some higher learning with an OHS obedience class for just $99. Adopt one of the four featured dogs and get 50 per cent off the cost of training — that’s a $70 savings on tuition! Information on the featured dogs is available at the OHS Adoption Centre at 245 West Hunt Club Rd. This deal is available while supplies last.

Dog obedience helps strengthen the bond between dogs and their owners. Not only do dogs learn how to be good canine citizens, but the sessions are also a valuable experience for new owners who learn how to help their new friend be the best dog possible.

While you’re at the OHS, check out the Buddy and Belle Boutique for some special prices on select dog gear, such as Kong and Chuck It toys.

Natalie Pona
Manager: Communications

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