The Research Triangle Park

Welcoming Back Pups & Trucks!

By Author Sep 04, 2018

As you may already know, The Frontier 800 features a dog-friendly coworking space. In honor of our shared love for furry friends, we are kicking off fall with some puppy-related programs that will wag your tail.

Pups & Trucks:

We are pleased to announce that Pups & Trucks is making a comeback! Twice a month, local rescue organization Yadid’it Dog Training will join our Friday Food Truck Rodeo to give puppy lovers the opportunity to play with a few adoptable rescue dogs during their lunch break.

Not only will these dogs be available for you to play with, but they’ll be available to adopt! If you’re interested in adopting a puppy, you can fill out an application or inquire for more information. 

Already have a dog? Bring your pup to enjoy the sun and our beautiful dog park. For everyone’s safety, only humans may approach/interact with the adoptable dogs. Yadid’it will be glad to facilitate a safe meet and greet for those interested in adopting!

Pups & Trucks will join us at the following Friday Food Truck Rodeos at 700 Park Offices Drive from 11:30AM-1:30PM:

If your rescue organization would like to participate in Pups & Trucks, reach out to programming@rtp.org for more information. 

Dog Training Classes: 

Yadid’it Training will also host a free Pop-Up Dog Office Manners class as well as a series of dog training sessions. Discounts are available for Frontier tenants! For more pricing info, reach out to Shana directly at shana@yadiditdog.training.

  • Free Pop-Up Office Manners Class: September 25 @ 12:00 PM, The Atrium, 800 Park Offices Drive
  • Other dates: TBD!

Meet Shana Yadid | Founder of Yadid’it Training:

Shana has always had a special connection with animals, especially the misunderstood! This has led to a love of working with rescue dogs and a sense of pride in having trained well over 300 dogs (and owners) throughout her career.

Shana enrolled in dog training school summer of 2012 after being inspired by reading a book by Temple Grandin called “Animals in Translation.” Subsequently, in 2015, Shana was hired by Petco thanks to a strong reference by her training mentor.

​At Petco Chicago, Shana was quickly promoted to a trainer mentor and taught three new trainers over her one and a half years of service before her relocation to North Carolina. Shana worked as a dog trainer for Petco here in NC for a further six months before working to set up her own business.

​In addition to being a Certified Dog Trainer through the Animal Behavior College, Shana is working toward her CPDT-KA certification.