Saturday, June 8, 2013 - Evening Lecture: Puppy Enrichment: Creating Confident, Competent & Coordinated Puppies
For breeders, shelters, rescues, and anyone interested in or already involved in raising puppies from birth to 16 weeks, this evening lecture offers practical ideas for environmental and social enrichment aimed at helping puppies become the best they can be. Detailed information on development of the puppy brain, body, reflexes and social behavior.
Suzanne has raised seven generations of her Hawks Hunt German Shepherds, as well as litters of other breeds. Her approach to puppy raising has helped private breeders of several breeds raise "the best puppies ever!" Most notably, her ideas were put to the test and implemented by Guiding Eyes for the Blind, one of the world's largest guide dog schools, producing approximately 450+ puppies each year.
Whether you love knowing more about helping puppies become the best they can be, wonder how to polish up the genetic material in your breeding program, or just love puppies, this is a fascinating evening full of puppies!