Granby Public Library’s Summer Celebration! 

Cats and Dogs Series: Virtual programs. Does your dog have a mind of its own? Is your cat having difficulty adjusting to a new home? Understand why this happens and learn steps you can take to modify your pet's behavior when the library hosts two virtual programs for cat and dog lovers. 

Understanding Your Dog: Wednesday, June 23, 6:30 – 8 p.m. 

Join Phil Klein, certified dog listener, and learn to "speak" the language of canines. Gain an understanding of the four key drivers of canine behavior as well as the surprising cause of common issues including anxieties, toileting indoors, excessive |barking, aggression, jumping, pulling, and destructive chewing. Help transform your dog's behavior in a kind, lasting way by using simple, dog-friendly practices. Have your questions ready for an informative, fun, virtual session. Register online to receive the Zoom program link

Understanding Your Cat: Wednesday, June 30, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. 

Nationally recognized cat behavior counselor and author Rachel Geller, Ed. D. provides resources to help you work with a behaviorally challenged feline. Understand ways to help a shy cat adjust, get informed advice about living in a multi-cat household, and learn tips for dealing with litter box and scratching post issues. The author of Saving the World, One Cat at a Time: What I Know About Cats-And Why You Should Know It, Too is donating proceeds from her online book sales to Granby's local feline rescue organization, Mary's Kitty Korner. Be sure to have your questions ready for the virtual session. Register online to receive the Zoom program link.

At Horses and Hounds, we support The Granby Public Library! If you have any questions, please call 860.844.5275 to speak with the library staff.