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WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP News & Views 1858 RAMSEY COUNTY MINNESOTA A bi-weekly section where readers will be informed on subjects of seasonal interest, upcoming events and other timely topics. FREQUENTLY ASKED DOG RELATED QUESTIONS-Ramsey County's Animal Control Services are focused on domestic animal issues. Among the most frequent calls are reports of barking dogs & dogs running loose in the neighborhood. The Sheriff's Office Animal Control Officer takes a community- based approach with an emphasis on education & finding solutions that help make dogs & cats good neighbors. An enforcement approach is taken when public safety is at stake, such as a dog bite or dangerous animal is reported. are secure before letting dogs out. -Be mindful that children and visitors may unintentionally leave doors & gates ajar. Spay or neuter your dog to curb drive to wander-Teach pet basic verbal commands, most importantly, teach her/him the commands "come" and "stay."-Provide adequate exercise opportunities. Keep your petsafe from loud noises. County Sheriff's Office Public Safety Services Division, non-emergency dispatch at 651-767- 0640. If animal control services are not available, a deputy will respond to the call. When reporting an animal control problem or concern, the following information is helpful Barking Dogs: Training & Handling tips-the longer your dog has been practicing the barking behavior, the longer it will take for them to develop other means of communication. your dog barks inappropriately. Consistency is key. -Remove the motivation-Your dog gets some kind of reward when they bark; figure out what they get out of barking & remove it. Ignore the barking (reward them for being quiet for just a few seconds, then work up to longer periods of quiet). Desensitize your dog to the stimulus-gradually get your dog accustomed to whatever is causing them to bark. You want your dog to learn that the appearance of the stimulus leads to good things (treats-Teach your dog to react to barking stimuli with something that inhibits them from barking. such as lying down on their bed. Keep your dog tired & well exercised. If unsuccessful, hire a certified professional dog trainer. Report an Animal Control Problem: You can report an animal control problem by calling the Ramsey -Your name and phone number. Location of the complaint. Description of the complaint. -Description of the animal. Possible animal owner information. What's Happening Dogs at Large: Here are some precautions you can take to prevent your furry friend from running away: Have your pet micro-chipped.-Put dog on leash or harness indoors with house, garage, & vehicle doors closed. Always check yard gates Don't yell at your dog to be quiet-it just sounds like you're barking along with them. Keep your training sessions positive & upbeat. Be consistent so you don't confuse your dog. Everyone in your family must apply the training methods every time Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, Minnesota 55110 13TH ANNUAL TRASH TO TREASURE, SATURDAY, APRIL 30TH-It's time to clean out that basement or garage. Put anything you don't need that may be usable to someone else on the curb & label it with a "FREE" sign from 7:30a.m. until 5:00 pm, that day & watch things disappear.Items not taken should be brought in & placed out at the curb on your next garbage day. If larger items need to be picked up by Republic Services please call them at 952.941.5174 to schedule a pick up. Garage Sale GARAGE SALE PLANNING REMINDER- No more than 2 garage sales, with a combined total of 6 days are allowed per year in the Township. May 8-Mother's Day May 14-Opening Fishing May 30-Memorial Day Find us on Facebook WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP News & Views 1858 RAMSEY COUNTY MINNESOTA A bi - weekly section where readers will be informed on subjects of seasonal interest , upcoming events and other timely topics . FREQUENTLY ASKED DOG RELATED QUESTIONS - Ramsey County's Animal Control Services are focused on domestic animal issues . Among the most frequent calls are reports of barking dogs & dogs running loose in the neighborhood . The Sheriff's Office Animal Control Officer takes a community based approach with an emphasis on education & finding solutions that help make dogs & cats good neighbors . An enforcement approach is taken when public safety is at stake , such as a dog bite or dangerous animal is reported . are secure before letting dogs out . -Be mindful that children and visitors may unintentionally leave doors & gates ajar . Spay or neuter your dog to curb drive to wander - Teach pet basic verbal commands , most importantly , teach her / him the commands " come " and " stay . " - Provide adequate exercise opportunities . Keep your petsafe from loud noises . County Sheriff's Office Public Safety Services Division , non - emergency dispatch at 651-767 0640. If animal control services are not available , a deputy will respond to the call . When reporting an animal control problem or concern , the following information is helpful Barking Dogs : Training & Handling tips - the longer your dog has been practicing the barking behavior , the longer it will take for them to develop other means of communication . your dog barks inappropriately . Consistency is key . -Remove the motivation - Your dog gets some kind of reward when they bark ; figure out what they get out of barking & remove it . Ignore the barking ( reward them for being quiet for just a few seconds , then work up to longer periods of quiet ) . Desensitize your dog to the stimulus - gradually get your dog accustomed to whatever is causing them to bark . You want your dog to learn that the appearance of the stimulus leads to good things ( treats - Teach your dog to react to barking stimuli with something that inhibits them from barking . such as lying down on their bed . Keep your dog tired & well exercised . If unsuccessful , hire a certified professional dog trainer . Report an Animal Control Problem : You can report an animal control problem by calling the Ramsey -Your name and phone number . Location of the complaint . Description of the complaint . -Description of the animal . Possible animal owner information . What's Happening Dogs at Large : Here are some precautions you can take to prevent your furry friend from running away : Have your pet micro - chipped . - Put dog on leash or harness indoors with house , garage , & vehicle doors closed . Always check yard gates Don't yell at your dog to be quiet - it just sounds like you're barking along with them . Keep your training sessions positive & upbeat . Be consistent so you don't confuse your dog . Everyone in your family must apply the training methods every time Visit www.whitebeartownship.org or call 651.747.2750 1281 Hammond Road , White Bear Township , Minnesota 55110 13TH ANNUAL TRASH TO TREASURE , SATURDAY , APRIL 30TH - It's time to clean out that basement or garage . Put anything you don't need that may be usable to someone else on the curb & label it with a " FREE " sign from 7:30 a.m . until 5:00 pm , that day & watch things disappear.Items not taken should be brought in & placed out at the curb on your next garbage day . If larger items need to be picked up by Republic Services please call them at 952.941.5174 to schedule a pick up . Garage Sale GARAGE SALE PLANNING REMINDER- No more than 2 garage sales , with a combined total of 6 days are allowed per year in the Township . May 8 - Mother's Day May 14 - Opening Fishing May 30 - Memorial Day Find us on Facebook