Our 10 Year Anniversary- Speaker Series

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In celebration of our 10 years in the Community, we are offering a series of informative talks where all the proceeds will be donated to Beamsville 4Paws Rescue and Adoption; serving the Grimsby/Beamsville area.

Over the years, Livingston has strived to provide the best preventative care for your family pet. Do not miss out on this opportunity to gain some valuable information. The speakers we have selected are proven experts in both the traditional and alternative methods.

Our goal is to improve the total quality of life for your pets.
These talks will be held at Trinity United Church, 100 Main St W, Grimsby
There will be light refreshments and door prizes!

Fall Speaker Dates:

September 19, 2015 2:30-4:00pm Livingston’s Own Tiffany and Irene- “Tales From The Whisker”

October. 25, 2015 2:30-4:00pm Dave McMahon- Dog Behaviourist

November.7, 2015 2:30-4:00pm Gary Jack- St. John Ambulance, Emergencies For Pets

Ticket Information:

Adults 19 and over, tickets are $20 each or $25 at the door. For the remaining series of 3 speakers, tickets are $50
Youth 18 and under, tickets will be $15 each
For families of up to 4 members, tickets will be $30 per speaker, or $75 for the remaining series of 3 speakers

Tickets can be purchased through Livingston Animal Hospital

All proceeds will go to the 4 Paw Rescue

Beamsville 4 Paw Rescue is a group of dedicated animal lovers who open their hearts, their wallets and their homes to abandoned, lost, and feral animals looking for forever homes.

Please click for more information about this wonderful Rescue & Adoption Agency

Spring Series: Thank you so much to everyone who came and celebrated with us! We had so much fun and learned so much!

March.7, 2015 2:30-4:00pm Dave and Kathy from Teecreek Training

April.11, 2015 2:30-4:00pm Laura Arseneau – Certified Pet Massage Practitioner

May. 30, 2015 2:30-4:00pm Hilary Watson- Pet Nutrition Consultant


Dr Anna Perlikowski

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Dr Anna Perlikowski worked at the Hamilton/Burlington Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animalswhich is not a government organization. It is a registered charitable, not-for-profit organization devoted to the prevention of cruelty to animals. The Society relies strongly on public and corporate donations, legacies, and fundraising campaigns to achieve its objectives. They have placed a chair in the cat visitation room in loving memory of Anna. A Pomeranian had to be the first customer since they were one of her favorite breeds


Gary Jack- St. John Ambulance, Emergencies For Pets

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9-1-1 What’s Your Emergency? “How To Help Your Pet In An Emergency” by Gary Jack, BA, MScED, CSJ – St. John Ambulance Instructor Gary is a retired elementary school teacher, who has taught all levels of First Aid and CPR from babysitting, to firefighters for over 30 years. He teaches SPCA staff, groomers, dog walkers, dog trainers, and the general public who want to feel more comfortable if anything happens to their pets. The course is designed more for dogs and cats but will often discuss other pets and farm animals. On Nov.7th, 2015, Gary Jack will discuss safety approaching the injured or sick animal, and what to carry in a first aid kit. Using Manikins Gary will demonstrate how to check for vital signs and how to perform CPR. He will address what to do with a choking pet, and how to dress and bandage a wound in an emergency situation. More topics will include Hypothermia, heat stroke, poisons, bites, stings, bloat, how to stabilize your pet while rushing to your veterinarian’s hospital.

Dave and Kathy from Teecreek Training

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Your Dog and You
“How to use positive training to create the most rewarding relationship in your life.”
Presented by Dave Harris & Kathy Warren of TeeCreek Dog Training School, located in Niagara Falls Ontario,

Dave and Kathy have offered for over 25 years, all levels of training in obedience, agility and herding; from a fun level right up to high performance competition levels.

Their philosophy is to use positive reinforcement, without using physical power. TeeCreek also believes regardless if your dog is old or young, all dogs will benefit from any level of fun activity.

On March.7, TeeCreek’s topics will cover: how this dynamic duo have seen the evolution of the human-dog bond over the past 25 years, puppy training, socialization of your puppy or adult dog, healthy games for your pet, crate training (Puppies/Adults), manners and how to prepare your pet for their visits to the vet and groomer.