Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?
The Midday Rotary Club’s Tuesday speaker may be able to dispel that myth. But it’s all about leadership. Are you the leader your dog needs you to be? Dogs share our lives in ways that no other animal can.
Dogs are friendly and loyal. They enjoy our company and always greet us with joy. But do we ever stop to think what does that means in terms of their needs?
The MidDay Rotary Club of San Miguel de Allende has a must-attend presentation for every dog owner that wants to build a strong relationship with “our best friend” and lead them successfully through life. Fernando Cortina is the owner of WOOF, a full-service dog training, dog care facility based in Mexico City with a soon to be open SMA location.
Mr. Cortina will be our guest speaker this Tuesday morning at the Midday Rotary Club. WOOF specializes in dog training by teaching owners how to have a fun and enriching relationship with dogs. He’ll be speaking about the importance of understanding a dog’s needs and shaping the dogs’ behavior as well as how exercise and mental stimulation, obedience skills, and clear communication with your canine play a major role.
Even a trained dog will decide between following our commands and giving away to their impulses, but do you know how to get them back on track?
Join us this Tuesday for this most interesting presentation and find out how you and your dog can have a better, more enriching relationship. Doors open at 9 AM, the meeting begins at 9:30 AM.
We’re located at Los Arcos at #27 Sterling Dickenson.
By: Skip Essick
Going to the Dogs.
Date, time: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 9:30 AM
Where: Los Arcos
Address: Stirling Dickenson
Rotary is where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders and take action to create lasting change.
For more information, contact President Gary Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org