沃爾頓女士說，這些課程將與早期課程緊密相連，並將支持諸如 "總是在你的寵物之後撿起來 "的行為。
Classes in canine care are being offered to primary school pupils in North Yorkshire in an attempt to breed responsible dog owners for the future.
Volunteers from the animal welfare charity Blue Cross and council officials are to visit schools in Selby, Tadcaster and Camblesforth.
They will promote dog welfare and give advice such as picking up after a pet.
Emma Walton from Selby District Council said the lessons would show "what responsible dog ownership looks like".
Ms Walton said the lessons would link closely to the Early Years Curriculum and would endorse behaviours such as "always picking up after your pet".
"We're making sure our joint visits with Blue Cross benefit the school, support the teachers and above all are really engaging for the pupils," she added.
Tom Rich, the school's headteacher, said the lesson had been "hugely enjoyed by our pupils who loved hearing about how they can behave safely around dogs and become part of a great dog-owning family".
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