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Które sączyłby wyznaniem ciekawsza jest a jego kamera i gorzko asked before BUT... My boyfriend and I have just adopted a 3 month old puppy. We are looking at getting him into some puppy training classes. I am looking for some recommendations of reasonable classes. We would prefer to be there with him to learn vs. dropping him off somewhere for the day. Cost effective would be ideal-but want to train right so any advice appreciated. ALSO--we have a weekend getaway planned about a month. I was wondering if there are any good boarding places that give the puppies great attention. We could leave him with family but would like to see what is the area for 2 days boarded Thanks advance! View full conversation on Facebook I am posting for a friend...she has a shitzu that she rescued and he has issues with biting. She was told by the rescue organization that if she can't fix it then she would have to put him down. He is only one years old. Does anyone know of a really really good trainer that she could call? View full conversation on Facebook. PDTC Calendar 2018 Tuesday February 27 Wednesday February 28 Friday 13 General Membership Meeting 7 PM 9 PM; Kaufman Community Center, Skillman, NJ Friday Saturday 18 20 Friday 8 Annual Meeting 7 PM 9 PM; Kaufman Community Center, Skillman, NJ Saturday 23 Annual Awards Banquet at Hopewell Valley Country Club. Saturday July 14 NEW PROGRAM PDTC AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Owners Train Their Pups to be Stars PDTC is now offering the AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy training program geared towards puppies and their owners. The AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy Program rewards responsible owners who take the time to train and socialize their new puppies. The program is the puppy level of the AKC's well-known Canine Good Citizen progra. S.T.A.R. stands for Socialization, Training, Activity and a Responsible owner, all of the things a puppy needs to have a good life. Classes include valuable training tips for puppy owners such as how to housetrain and lessons on practical skills for puppies such as coming when called, sit, stay, down.walk on a leash, etc. Puppies have the opportunity to socialize with one another, which is an important part of puppy development. This program is open to all puppies who can begin training as soon as they have received 2 sets of puppy vaccines, up to 6 months old. With the changing from to that could only mean one thing. The edition of the 21st Century: Chocolate activity took place Farmingdale, New Fifteen students learned how to decorate cupcakes with a theme at the Chocolate The students enjoyed personalizing their edible pops! Students interested geography participated a 21st Century activity called, GeoGuessr: Let's Explore the World! The students spent the first session acquainting themselves with the GeoGuessr website, which asks them to figure out where they are the world. They needed to use clues such as land-forms, street and road signs found various languages, as well as topography which Ms. Gutkes and Ms. Smith reviewed with the group before playing the game. The activity culminated the GeoGuessr Challenge where students competed against each other to earn the title of GeoGuessr Our champion was 7th grader Manolo Jimenez and 7th grader Dean Drosos was our runner-up. Congratulations to all who participated! Special thanks to Ms. Gutkes and Ms. Smith for organizing this fun activity! keeping with F. Kennedy's Mindfulness program, students joined Mrs. Klein and Ms. McKweon for a 'relaxing' activity. Students created their very own calming pillow. Students used needle, thread, scissors that cut through material, and a 32 oz. bag of rice. For students, this was their first time threading a needle or sewing. Based on the smiling faces after completing the project, the students had a enjoyable time! Students F. Kennedy Middle School's Grade 7 French classes had the opportunity to visit Quebec with chaperones Madame Ciarniello, Mr. Hatzfeld, and Mr. Choi. During the four-day trip that spanned 10 through 13, students experiences included tobogganing, a tour of Old Quebec, visiting the Hotel de Glace snow tubing, seeing the Montmorency Falls, visiting Saint 's Basilica, reenacting soldiers' lives the 1800's, dog-sledding, dancing at the Sugar Shack, and learning how syrup is produced! Students also tried different