The New York metropolitan area has a handful of different pet events in the next few weeks. There is a workshop about what to do about feral cat colonies in your neighborhood, as well as dog training sessions and adoption events!
How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony
Bronx Library Center
Bronx, New York
This workshop will last from 1:00-4:00 PM, and there is no fee. It will cover how you can assist and care for any feral cats around your neighborhood. It will tell you about some resources for food and access to getting them fixed. You can register by emailing: [email protected].
Winter Dog Fest
4 Old Lake Road
Nyack, New York
This event has free admission, and is going to take place from 12:00 noon-4:00 PM. It will feature a $5 nail clipping with “The Pet Barber.” There will also be a load of free activities, including free indoor dog training sessions with “People Training for Dogs”; free “Ask the Vet” sessions with Rockland Veterinary; free holiday pictures for humans and pets; and free dog product samples. There will be both indoor and outdoor activities, and this will occur rain or shine.
Traveling with your Pet Workshop
Syosset, New York
This Long Island Petco is holding a workshop on how to keep your pet safe while traveling. It starts at 10:30 AM. It’s a good idea if you’re taking your pet on a long trip this holiday season.
In Store Adoptions
Carle Place, New York
Maybe the day after Christmas, you will decide that your family needs a furry addition. Stop by Petco for their adoption fest to get some ideas!
Basic Training Dog Class
Baldwin, New York
Starting at 12:00 noon, Petco of Baldwin is holding the first session of a six-week dog training class. The instructors will educate you and your dog on house training, digging, chewing and other behavioral problems. You should see the store for more details. Definitely a good holiday gift if someone you know is getting a puppy.
Westchester County Center
White Plains, New York
January 9, 10
The Saw Mill River Kennel Club and the Kennel Club of Northern New Jersey are teaming up for the first time and bringing these two dog shows to the Westchester County Center. They will have many different dog breeds on display, as well as some contests, like Best in Show, and Best Puppy in Show. It will go on both days from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, and the winners of the contests will be announced towards the end of the day. It costs $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and children, and free for children under 5.