The Princeton Club of Chicago invites you to BYOD - Bring Your Own Dog (and some treats!) - and join us for this event with Camden Olson '19.   

COVID-19 has turned our world upside down, and it has for our pets, too! How has your dog adjusted to quarantine life?  How are you and your pet impacted when we start going back to the office and to the classroom?  Learn relevant, applicable tips and training tricks for keeping your dog (and you!) happy, healthy, and more ready to handle changes to your routine together.

  • TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2020
    7:00 - 8:00 PM Central
    Virtual Via Zoom
    Link will be e-mailed to registered guests on 11/17.

    When submitting your RSVP, please answer the questions at the end and submit a question or topic you would like to see answered/covered.  

    CLICK TO RESERVE BY 11/16 @ midnight!


 Join NOW to receive PCC Member priority reservation, member pricing, and to support Princeton events and service opportunities.  Membership is free for Class of 2020, but you must join.  Membership starts at only $25/year.

Questions?  Contact Co-VP Programs Charlene Huang Olson '88 at cholson@alumni.princeton.edu

If you are experiencing technical difficulties registering, please call Alumni Services and register over the phone: 847-256-5800. 

Camden Olson '19
Camden Olson '19

Camden has over ten years of experience training dogs. She has spent time at leading service dog and canine cognition centers across the country, including Guiding Eyes for the Blind, the Penn Vet Working Dog Center, Canine Companions for Independence, the Arizona Canine Cognition Center, and Dogs4Diabetics.

Camden has a degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with a certificate in the Applications of Computing. While on campus, she was the first student to raise and train a diabetic alert dog as part of her thesis. She successfully placed Koa, a mini golden retriever, with a Type 1 diabetic. Part of Camden's thesis research has been adapted by the American Kennel Club: AKC Canine Clubs – Community Dogs program.

After graduation, Camden was awarded the ReachOut Fellowship, sponsored by the classes of ’56, ’81, and ’06.  During her yearlong fellowship, she worked with Dogs4Diabetics to write new standards for medical-alert dogs.

Camden is now working at a pet-tech startup called Companion, which has developed a device that helps to autonomously train and teach basic dog obedience behaviors.

Camden is currently training Percy, a Vizsla puppy (with Tiger thanks to breeder Elise Wright ‘83 @ olympicvizslas), to be a service dog for Dogs4Diabetics.  You can follow them and see Koa's journey during his time at Princeton on Instagram @camdens_servicepups.