Is your dog rolling their eyes when you talk to them? Are you struggling to be 'heard'? It is probably because you are using our human language and not dog language. Dogs have their own unique language and we can learn how to 'speak' dog. This will make a significant difference to how your dog interprets what you are saying.
Canine Communication is all about how dogs interact and 'talk' to each other. We may share the same space with dogs however we have a different language for experiencing the world. By learning their unique signals we can encourage our dogs to be more confident and lead rich and rewarding lives.
Creating a bond with your dog is the most essential way you can support them throughout their life and learning their language is the key to developing this rapport and respect for their needs. Learning Canine Communication will provide you with the skills to use their signals in a range of situations to build their confidence.
The webinar and tutor sessions are specifically designed for fur-parents to;
Do you have a dog who barks a bit too much at guests arriving? Or maybe you are not sure how to calm them on a walk past other dogs? What ever the situation, using their language will greatly increase their confidence.
Only $30 per adult until 30 Apr 2021
What you will take away is a sound understanding of Canine Communication Signals, how to interpret them with your dog and how to utilise them in everyday situations like barking at the door, greeting other dogs and safely interacting in a dog park.
Topics covered include:
Kerry is the founder of Gourmet Pawprints and has an international recognised Diploma in Canine Communication (and was actually the first person to complete this course in the world with Canine Principles).
Kerry also has a Bachelor of Science Degree, Graduate Diploma in Marketing and Masters of Business Administration and many years working with strategic communication.
I was important to Kerry to complete a course that was scientifically based and focused on the dog's needs not just 'training' them to do what we humans want them to do.