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CHS programs are offered both in-person and virtually.

PETtalk

It’s never too late to learn! CHS is always striving to learn about and implement the latest best practices and advancements in the field of animal welfare and then share that knowledge with you. Each monthly PETtalk has a different theme related to pets. Speakers are from local organizations, businesses and CHS. Below is a list of our past topics and speakers. Visit CHS’ Event Calendar to check out upcoming sessions.

Past PETtalks:

November 2020: Introduction to Animal Communication

October 2020: the Science of the Human-Animal Bond

September 2020: Dogs & Kids: Mutual Respect & Safety

Click here to learn more and sign up for Virtual PETtalks.

Pet Boredom Busters

Bad weather, injuries, short winter days: These are just a few of the many reasons pets may not get enough exercise and become bored. Keeping pets entertained is important for their physical and mental health. Without enough activity, boredom can quickly turn into destructive behavior. So, what can you do to curb your pets’ boredom and keep them happy and healthy? During this program different tips and tricks to keep all types of pets active will be discussed. From snuffle mats to pet piñatas, and potted cat grass to braided rope toys, there’s something for everyone! Click here to request this program for your group.

Additional Details

Age: 18+

Capacity: 10-50 adults

CHS representatives are not able to bring a live animal on visits.

Beyond the Breed: Exploring Dog DNA

Dog owners are becoming increasingly interested in the genetic make-up of their furry family members. As the popularity of Canine DNA testing grows and the trend of “Breed Reveal Parties” takes hold, the need for a general understanding of dog evolution and genetics grows. In order for owners to fully understand how their small mixed breed dog could possibly have German Shepherd in its DNA, they need a basic understanding of canine genetics. This program will provide the skills needed to identify dog breeds based on their phenotypic characteristics, give background information in canine evolution, and provide a basic understanding of canine genetics. Click here to request this program for your group.

Additional Details

Age: 18+

Capacity: 10-50 adults

CHS representatives are not able to bring a live animal on visits.

All About CHS

Does your group want to learn more about the Connecticut Humane Society (CHS)? Are you interested in learning how your group can make a difference for pets in need? Take a closer look at the services that CHS provides during this interactive group program. Learn about all the ways CHS serves pets and how you can get involved with pets in need. This program is a great alternative for groups that are not able to visit one of CHS’ three locations for a tour. Click here to request this program for your group.

Additional Details

Age: 18+

Capacity: 10-50 adults

CHS representatives are not able to bring a live animal on visits.

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