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HIV AIDS Awareness Pet Walk
May 20, 2006
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
West High School Track
Billings, MT 59101
Comments:PAWS for our CAUSE: We have an anuual HIV/AIDS Awareness Pet Walk. People bring pets of all kinds, although we mostly see dogs, to walk, play games, win raffle prizes and more. Local animal business people are on site to offer pet related services, and local rescue groups bring out pets looking for homes.
PAWS for our CAUSE: HIV/AIDS Pet Walk
May 19, 2007
West High School Track
Billings, MT 59101
Comments:Pets of all kinds are welcome at the 3rd Annual HIV/AIDS Awareness Pet Walk. Visit our website, www.petwalk.info, for all the details!
BOSS Dog Clinic - ABR Fundraiser
May 23, 2009
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Heart of the Valley Shelter
Comments:The American Brittany Rescue, a non-profit organization located in Livingston,MT, invites dog owners to the 2nd annual ?Boss Dog Clinic" Fundraiser on May 23rd, starting at 9am at the Heart of the Valley Shelter near Belgrade. Susan Overfield, a nationally known behavioral-obedience trainer and author of "Saturday Dogs...and the owners they trained", will teach you how to be the boss! The morning session will examine how dogs think, react, and learn misbehaviors and phobias. The full day session will give you and your dog the opportunity to practice with Susan that afternoon. Call Dave Powers for registration and information at 222-6847.
Susan Overfield Dog Camps
January 1, 2010
Comments:Susan Overfield is Montana's own dog behavior expert. She has 38 years' experience working with dogs. Susan communicates with dogs the way they do with each other. Owners, trainers, and vets, in Montana and across the U.S. seek her out.Susan just finished a tour of the Southeast and Eastern U.S. She was asked to speak last year to two national conventions in Orlando and Las Vegas. Susan is an acclaimed author, having written "Saturday Dogs...and the Owners they trained." The book is written like she talks---direct, engaging, and funny. She packs ballrooms when she speaks, and has a truly unique gift for getting things across to people and dogs.Susan holds regular dog camps, clinics, private training, and other events throughout the year. She works with families, hunters, herding and agility afficionados. If you can't get to her forty acre dog property, she will come to you. She will come to your resort, campground, or hotel.Take a look at her website, www.aahhtt.com. Watch the video. Her book describes a few of the thousands of dogs and owners she has helped. It is an easy read, funny, and informative.Susan has a long background working with dogs of every type, breed, and age---herding dogs. family dogs, hunting dogs, tracking dogs, agility dogs, problem dogs, "aggressive dogs" and pups. Trainers often give up on dogs, and then they come to her. Vets call her. She teaches young families how to integrate dogs into their kids' lives. She teaches children how to be safe with dogs. She is top drawer, and has infinite knowledge.She is committed to helping dogs, and knows that the majority of dogs under 2 are returned to shelters because of behavior issues. Susan can, and does, change that. She helps owners to change it themselves, permanently. Most owners describe her help as "life changing."
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