It is now time for your pet to work from home.
With your increase presence at home, have you noticed that your pet may be a bit more rambunctious? Do you have more time to commit to obedience classes? The Arizona Humane Society is offering help. And like the new trend these days, it comes directly into your home virtually.
Pet owners can sign up for session training classes with their dogs and cats using video communication. A half-hour session costs $20.
“While the shelter’s in-person dog training classes are currently suspended due to COVID-19, AHS understands that families may still need training help and is offering a virtual solution through video consultations via Zoom, Skype or FaceTime,” the society said in a statement.
In the virtual classes, the trainers will answer questions from the owners and offer tips on behavioral issues in the animals, basic training and better communication between owner and pet.
“Training with ones’ pet not only helps intensify the human animal bond, but also help address common issues in an effort to help keep pets in their homes with their owners,” the humane society said.
More information on the virtual sessions and sign-ups can be found at the Arizona Humane Society website.