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Give a Dog a Bone at Peninsula Humane Society, 2014-2015

Under the leadership of Katie Dineen, Vice President, Veterinary & Animal Care Services, and Maria Eguren, Director, Animal Training & Behavior, Give a Dog a Bone partnered with Peninsula Humane Society (PHS) to train volunteers on enrichment techniques focused on the dogs most in need — dogs, for a variety of reasons, who cannot yet leave their kennels or be handled outside of their kennels.

Corinne Dowling, our Chief Enrichment Officer, worked with a super-experienced, talented group of PHS volunteers to enhance their enrichment program for shelter dogs. The work included:

  • Mental stimulation via training and behavior modification
  • Olfaction exercises
  • Opportunities for dissection and chewing
  • Touch, companionship and affection

For a look at our work in photos, check out our Gallery “Give a Dog a Bone in Action at Peninsula Humane Society.”

Peninsula Humane is an open-door shelter, helping and re-homing approximately 200 animals every month. In addition, PHS rehabilitates wildlife, offers free spay/neuter services to low- or fixed-income residents, educates children, and investigates animal cruelty. For more information on PHS, please go to http://www.peninsulahumanesociety.org/

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