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Pets are family and we don't want them to miss out on all the fun!

Pet CPR & First Aid
Earn your two-year certificate of training in Pet CPR & First Aid! There is not a 911 service for our furry family members - you are the first responder. Learn how to safely approach an injured or sick animal. Learn how to assess for injury, determine pet vitals, and render first aid for choking, bleeding, broken bones, poisoning, as well as hands-on CPR. More information can be found at illinoispetcpr.com. This fun and hands-on class will prepare you and your family for any canine and feline emergency.

Saturday, June 13 or Saturday, July 25 from 8:00A-2:00P at Shannon Hall, Cost: $90

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For more information, contact Nathaniel Jarosz at 630-406-5282 or nathanielj@bataviaparks.org.

it's a pawtie!

Celebrate your furry friend's birthday with the Batavia Park District. Enjoy two hours of fun! Coordinators will lead interactive exercises, such as puzzle games and activities with enrichment toys. Enjoy both indoor and outdoor space for humans and pet pals. Join the fun all year round! Pets will enjoy treats, pack walks, and more.

For more information, contact Nathaniel Jarosz at 630-406-5282 or nathanielj@bataviaparks.org.

Pet memorial program

Bricks, benches, and agility equipment are available for purchase, and those can be placed in the Bark Park. Prices for these items range from $100-$1500 for bricks and benches, with prices varying on the agility equipment. If interested in purchasing any items, please complete the Pet Memorial Application and submit to the Batavia Park District office.

Bark park details

West Main Community Park is home to the Bark Park, a three acre, fencing in space for your four-legged friend to run off leash. It is located at 40W101 W. Main Street. A small pavilion and agility equipment pieces are located within the boundaries of the Bark park, and a swimming pool is just west of the park. Dogs can be off-leash within the Bark Park and while swimming, but they must be leashed throughout the rest of West Main. No permit is required to enter the Bark Park which is open year-round.