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K9 School India initiates educating pet lovers through interactive seminar


New Delhi [India]: K9 School India conducted an engaging seminar about desi dogs yesterday at their Training Center in Chattarpur. The objective of the seminar was to educate the pet lovers about desi dogs, their treatment while catering to the problems associated with them.
The inaugural seminar was a part of series of small talks and seminars on particular topics related to dogs which will be conducted in the coming months. The event started with the introductory session of K9 School India and Adnan’s personal and professional experience while interacting with desi dogs.

This was followed by a history of the breed, their feeding patterns, a detailed understanding of their instincts, behavior problems and a general human psychology towards them.

The funds collected through the registrations and all other proceedings of the non-profit seminar were donated to Friendicoes in order to aid their Delhi shelter which is flooding and needs repairs.

“Keeping in mind Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy which is compassion towards animals, we couldn’t think of a better occasion than Gandhi Jayanti to kick-start our series related to dogs. Secondly, the seminar was organized to make people aware about the condition of desi dogs in our country, how they have been ignored and what can be done to improve the existing situation,” said Dog behavior consultant and Owner of K9 School India, Adnan Khan.

The seminar included a 10 min session with dog nutritionists helping the participants to understand the feeding requirements of the dogs.

Furthermore, experiences shared by pet owners having stray dogs and locality stray dog care takers and the challenges faced by them while dealing with these dogs were discussed.

The seminar concluded with an interesting Q and A session with the participants addressed by Adnan Khan. (ANI)

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