Lestre Zapanta, the Pinoy Dog Whisperer, will help owners of dogs with behavioral problems today at 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fishermall in Malabon.
Lestre Zapanta will share his expertise on dog behavior, responsible pet ownership, and dog training.
Entrance and training on this day is free.
“Please do not be embarrassed to bring your dogs with behavior problems to the event. If your dog is aggressive, please put a muzzle and approach my team and they will assist you. I will train you how to handle your dog and your dog within the day, “ Zapanta said.
Zapanta has recently filmed a TV show Millan who described Zapanta as having “first class” and “masterful” dog training skills.
This summer, The Pack Walk project started by Zapanta will be a mall tour that focuses on rabies prevention and dog training as part of responsible pet ownership.
Last April14, during the first part of the Pack Walk Project, Zapanta helped who used to attack another dog during walks, a dog who refused to have his nails cut, a dog who was unruly in public places, among others.
In today’s event, there were be seminars/talks on animal care by canine health and behavior experts, related government agencies, animal welfare advocates, and other special guests; a pet parade and fashion show; and lots of raffle games and contests.
There will also be a pet bazaar throughout the day.
The MMDA K9 Corps, The Manila Pack, Pawfect Plate, Dr. Clauder’s, Miyoko Pet products, Francis M Clothing Company, The Gabay Gang, Achilles Radial, Top Café, Save Animals of Love and light (Save ALL), Asian Kennel Club Union of the Philippines, Chihuahua Club of the Philippines, Pawsome Pals, DJI authorized retail store, Aromapet grooming and hotel will join and support today’s event.
The highlight of the whole-day event will be the training and demo of Zapanta where he will tame unruly dogs on the spot.
The registration and training are free. But please bring the vaccination card of your pet.
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