Good Stuff Pet Truck to dish out free dog treats, tips for dog owners in Baltimore Thursday

Good Stuff Pet Truck to dish out free dog treats and tips for dog owners in Cromwell Valley Park Thursday.

If you’re looking to spend some quality time with your pooch while learning more about a healthy dog lifestyle, there’s a truck stopping in Baltimore especially for you.

The Good Stuff Pet Truck — hard to miss with its oversized dog bone — will be giving out free treats, training sessions and advice on healthy dog habits during a pitstop in Cromwell Valley Park on Thursday.

The truck, backed by American Pet Nutrition, is stopping in cities across America, aiming to educate pet owners on the ideal doggie weight and ways to encourage good behavior through positive reinforcement in the form of small treats and praise, according to a recent news release.

The session will also include free training demonstrations and Q&A sessions with Debbie Winkler, the co-owner of the Humane Domain, a local company that provides dog training and animal behavioral services.

Pet owners and dogs can socialize and take selfies with fellow canines at the doggy lounge — modeled after a backyard — complete with a “grass” turf and a picket fence.

The event will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Cromwell Valley Park, 2002 Cromwell Bridge Road.

For more information, visit the Good Stuff Pet Truck website.

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