The UK’s leading veterinary charity PDSA has partnered up with St Helens Council and Merseyside Police to offer a free dog education class to local residents.
Taking place on Monday 3 December, residents can get free expert advice from PDSA vet nurses, helping them to understand and take better care of their dogs.
The class, led by the PDSA’s Community and Education Veterinary Nurse, will cover dog health, behaviour and welfare. They’ll even give advice around dog bite prevention and safety tips, with reference to real life scenarios.
The session takes place on Monday 3 December, 3pm-5pm at the Management Suite within Church Square Shopping Centre, WA10 1BN.
To attend, residents must book their place in advance. To do so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that dogs – except guide dogs – are not permitted at this event.
The event is free to attend but donations to the PDSA charity are greatly appreciated.
The PDSA (People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals) was founded in 1917 by Maria Dickin, the daughter of a Free Church Minister, who witnessed the poverty and suffering of people – and especially their pets – in London’s East End.
The charity aims to improve the life of every pet by preventing illness, suffering and unnecessary deaths; educating people about the welfare needs and values of pets; and treating sick and injured pets across the UK.