Doing activities with your dog not only strengthens your bond but also provides physical and mental stimulation, which promotes overall good health. Tracy Allard and Laura Bartoli, Certified Professional Dog Trainers with Camp Bow Wow Coppell, will show us some fun things we can do with our dogs in and around the Metroplex and how to do them safely. Learn ways to make a trip to the dog park fun for both you and your dog, competitive obedience, and even how to give your canine CPR.
Class is open to adults who may bring children with them. Space is limited and registration is required for all adults attending the demonstration.
Class will be held outside in the Town Center Plaza, which is located behind the library.
In the event of adverse weather, this event will be rescheduled.
**We ask that you leave your canine companion at home for this class**
The Cozby Library and Community Commons is committed to the safety of our library guests. With this in mind, we are providing opportunities to socially distance at our library programs and hand sanitizer is available.
For more information about the City of Coppell's Covid-19 safety operations, please visit https://www.coppelltx.gov/616/Facility-Hours-Impacts.
The City of Coppell acknowledges its responsibility to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Thus, in order to assist individuals with disabilities who require special services (i.e. sign interpretative services, alternative audio/visual devices, and amanuenses) for participation in or access to the City of Coppell sponsored public programs, services, and/or meetings, the City requests that individuals makes requests for these services seventy-two (72) hours – three (3) business days ahead of the scheduled program, service, and/or meeting. To make arrangements, contact Kori Allen, ADA Coordinator, or other designated official at (972) 462-0022, or (TDD 1-800-RELAY, TX 1-800-735-2989).
Photos may be taken at this event by library staff.