We have two fantastic free behavior help sessions (humans only, please) for you in February. These sessions are free of charge and no registration is required. Seating will be on a first come basis. These are people-only classes. Please leave your pets at home.
In case of inclement weather or icy roads, behavior help sessions will be cancelled. If you have any doubt whether the class will be held, check our Facebook page or call Animal Hospital of North Asheville at 828-253-3393.
Cats, What Is Normal?
February 18th, 2014 at 7:00 in the Education Room of Animal Hospital of North Asheville
Have you ever wondered "Why does my cat do that?" Join us for a fantastic presentation to learn what is normal behavior in your cat, and discover appropriate outlets for normal feline behaviors to prevent them from developing into behavior problems. Learn how to read your cat's body language and vocalizations to better understand her moods and desires. We will also talk about how cats learn, and even explore training techniques for cats! This is a people only event so your cat gets to stay home.
Presentation by Tristan Rehner, MS, CPDT-KA of Pet Behavior Aid
Cats W.I.N. is open to anyone interested in developing a better understanding of their cat.
Don’t Leave Me! Help for Separation Anxiety
Join Dog-Ed on Tuesday, Feb. 25th from 7:00 - 8:30pm at Animal Hospital of North Asheville to learn how to teach your dog to relax when you leave the house.
Does your dog destroy items and eliminate when you leave the house? Howl for hours the moment you step out the door to go to work? Become anxious at just the sight of you picking up your purse?
Jenny White CPDT-KA from Dog-Ed is here to help! Learn tips and techniques to address the underlying issue and teach your dog to enjoy (or at least tolerate) being left alone. Registration is not required and this is a FREE event! This session is for humans only, so please leave your dog at home.
***It is important for some parking places in our parking lot to be left open for pets seeking medical care, so please respect the signs denoting “Reserved for Patient or Medication/Food Pick Up”.