Animal behavior expert featured at CSHS meeting
Animal behavior expert Dr. Lorna Reichl, DVM, will be the featured keynote speaker at the Carver-Scott Humane Society’s Annual Meeting at the Chanhassen Recreation Center at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 21.
The public is invited to attend to learn more about dealing with their pet’s behavior issues as well as to learn more about the Carver-Scott Humane Society’s mission of connecting animals in need with people who care.
The evening will start off with dinner being served followed by an entertaining and informative Q&A session with Dr. Reichl. She recently completed residency training specializing in animal behavior at the University of Minnesota and is currently in private practice at Midwest Veterinary Behavior Services in Golden Valley. The evening will include a review of the Carver-Scott Humane Society’s challenges and accomplishments over the past year, and conclude with the presentation of volunteer awards.
CSHS is a 501(C)3 non-profit that does not receive any taxpayer funding. Operating as a foster-based rescue organization, the humane society takes in lost, stray, or surrendered animals and provides them with veterinary care, spay or neutering services, and temporary foster homes until they can be adopted.
If interested in adopting a new pet, CSHS holds two pet adoption days a month at area Petco stores. For more information, visit www.carverscotths.org or contact (952) 368-3553 (line 4).