Volunteer of the Month: Laurie Schnossnagle
May 5, 2017
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Laurie Schnossnagle KPA CTP, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KA, TAGteacher Level 1 has been a
volunteer with Salt Lake County Animal Services since January 2016.
Laurie’s partnership has been the leading force in our Building Better Behaviors Program, and she provides several free dog behavior workshops for us every month. She has logged 45 hours in workshop hours alone!
Laurie continues to give our adopters, fosters, volunteers, and members of the public the skills and knowledge to be able to communicate better with their dogs!
Her passion for dogs is apparent whenever you talk with her, and her knowledge about them (and their humans!) is indispensible. She has been an absolute joy to have as volunteer and always has a smile on her face. Her enthusiasm for our furry family members is refreshing!
Laurie has two Beagle mixes (Elphie and Dolly), a Shih-Tzu (Rafael), and an Aussie (Blitz) at home. All of them are rescue pups! She competes in various doggy sports with all of them and three of them are her working therapy dog partners (with the youngest in-training!)
Thank you Laurie for all that you do.
You are a lovely example of what the spirit of volunteering means!
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