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We know that our dogs are always communicating to us, yet there are times we do things that as humans may seem normal or acceptable, but is alien, stressful or even scary for our dogs. In this webinar we analyze whether an interaction is "cute"...or something else. Webinar Details: It is very common to see photos or videos on the internet of owners interacting their dogs thinking it is cute or funny when in reality the dog stressed and is giving all kinds of warning signals. In this webinar, we will evaluate a series of images and videos to help you assess: does my dog like this or am I stressing them out or scaring them? Webinar Length: 90-minutes Suggest Webinars: Learn How to Speak Dog Vol. 1 Webinar Webinar Outline Why Cute is Not Always Cute Human Norms v. Dog Norms Is This Cute or Dangerous? Photo and Video Analysis Is This Webinar For You? Do you own a puppy or a dog? Every dog owner should have a solid understanding of how to properly interact with their and be able to recognize when things may be getting out of hand. Do you have a children? If you children and a dog, you need to know what is "cute" and what is "not". Do you like to post photos or videos of your dog? Before you do another post, take this webinar to ensure everything is safe and appropriate. Do you teach group dog training classes or private lessons? Understand how easy it is for your clients to confuse what their dogs are actually saying to them and find new ways to show them what may or may not be considered "cute" or appropriate.
Sponsor:Family Dog University
Speaker(s):Dianna L. Santos, KPA-CTP, CPDT-KA, CNWI
Contact: Dianna L. Santos