ORONO – The University of Maine’s Cooperative Extension 4-H plans to offer a hands-on program for teens 9-18 years old who want to learn more about dogs.
The clinic is scheduled to operate on Saturday, June 12, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the University of Maine’s J. Franklin Witter Teaching and Research Center, 160 University Farm Road, Old Town.
The clinic offers activities related to dog health and nutrition, showmanship, and careers related to dogs. Youngsters do not need to have a dog or be enrolled in 4-H to participate. Members of the UMaine Extension 4-H Committee on Canine Animal Science will host the clinic.
The clinic is free; Registration is required by Thursday, June 3rd. To register, visit extension.umaine.edu.
For more information or to request adequate accommodation, contact Sheila Norman at 207-942-7396 or [email protected].