Title: Learning to Look, Looking to See Part 1 Observing Canine Language for Family Dogs
When: 11/06/2013 at 13:00 to 11/06/2013 at 15:00
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Knowing how to read your dog is one of the most fundamental skills a dog parent or canine professional can have. Since dogs don't talk, humans have to rely on their eyes for 'listening'. This webinar will teach you the most common early communication signals and how they are typically used by dogs to avoid altercations. Discover what signs to look for that indicate increased arousal levels and find out what thresholds are. Try out some fun ways to improve your observation skills and explore things you can do to better communicate with your dog. If every human parent knew these signals and taught them to their kids, there would be many fewer dog bites!
Speaker(s): **Donna Hill