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Have fun and support Marin Humane by coming to one of our events!


Looking for the full list of Behavior & Training classes?
Cat Workshops   Dog Classes

Aug
3
Fri
Share a Book @ Mill Valley Library
Aug 3 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

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Aug
4
Sat
Share a Book @ South Novato Library
Aug 4 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

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Share a Book @ Corte Madera Library
Aug 4 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

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Aug
5
Sun
Feline Environment Enrichment @ Marin Humane
Aug 5 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Do you have a bored kitty at home? Have you spent lots of money on cat toys that are of no interest to your cat? Learn how to provide safe, fun entertainment for your feline friend. Boredom can be stressful for kitties and lead to health and behavior problems.

Cost $25

Register now!

Aug
6
Mon
Share a Book @ Larkspur Library
Aug 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

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Support after the Loss of a Loved Animal @ Marin Humane
Aug 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Pet loss support groupFacilitated by a professional Hospice by the Bay grief counselor, this support group will allow you to connect with others who have experienced the loss of a loved animal. The grief we experience when we lose an animal companion is unique and if you have experienced a similar loss, come share your grief and learn skills to help you on your journey toward healing.

Registration is not required. For additional information, please contact Hospice by the Bay at 415-526-5699, email griefsupport@hbtb.org, or view the flyer here.

 

Aug
7
Tue
Share a Book @ San Anselmo Library
Aug 7 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

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Aug
11
Sat
Hannah Branigan – Obedience FUNdamentals
Aug 11 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Overview of foundation skills and concepts for competitive obedience, Novice through Utility.

– Classical and operant conditioning (as applied to performance sports)
– Using an event marker (why and how)
– Training plans and efficient training practices
– Building focus and motivation
– Foundation skills for obedience
– Heeling skills
– Handling and footwork
– Perfect position changes
– Training the retrieve
– Distance behaviors
– Scent discrimination

Your dog must be comfortable crating quietly in the seminar space. Crating out of your car will NOT be an option. Only dogs that have a working spot will be allowed in the seminar space.

Cost: $400 for a 2-day working spot (16 max), $150 to audit both days, $75 to audit one day.

Register now!

Share a Book @ San Rafael Library
Aug 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

Read more

Aug
12
Sun
Hannah Branigan – Obedience FUNdamentals
Aug 12 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Overview of foundation skills and concepts for competitive obedience, Novice through Utility.

– Classical and operant conditioning (as applied to performance sports)
– Using an event marker (why and how)
– Training plans and efficient training practices
– Building focus and motivation
– Foundation skills for obedience
– Heeling skills
– Handling and footwork
– Perfect position changes
– Training the retrieve
– Distance behaviors
– Scent discrimination

Your dog must be comfortable crating quietly in the seminar space. Crating out of your car will NOT be an option. Only dogs that have a working spot will be allowed in the seminar space.

Cost: $400 for a 2-day working spot (16 max), $150 to audit both days, $75 to audit one day.

Register now!